Published on: Dec 15, 2023
There is reasonable suspicion Justin Trudeau is involved in the targeted murders of his August 26, 2015 election campaign fundraisers Barry & Honey Sherman. Justin Trudeau had motive. At the very least Justin Trudeau counseled a/the offence. Accordingly, Justin Trudeau could be charged with murder.
The December 13, 2017 targeted murders of Barry & Honey Sherman has everything to do with Justin Trudeau’s August 26, 2015 election campaign fundraiser.
The fundraiser is deemed a “prohibited gift” by 2 federal laws – the Lobbying Act and the Canada Elections Act. MP Justin Trudeau violated the 2 federal laws by attending the fundraiser because Barry Sherman’s pharmaceutical company Apotex had registered to lobby the Government of Canada 2 days before he and Honey Sherman hosted Justin Trudeau’s August 26, 2015 election campaign fundraiser.
Accordingly, the Office of Lobbying Commissioner had the RCMP investigate Justin Trudeau for violating the Lobbying Act. Because the Lobbying Commissioner implicated Barry Sherman by having the RCMP investigate Justin Trudeau’s August 26, 2015 election campaign fundraiser Barry Sherman filed a lawsuit against the Lobbying Commissioner and (REDACTED) third party defendant Justin Trudeau.
The lawsuit was filed because the Lobbying Commissioner concealed that Justin Trudeau was the one who broke federal laws, not Barry Sherman. The Lobbying Commissioner concealed Justin Trudeau’s Lobbying Act offence by redacting Justin Trudeau’s name.
“There is basis to conclude that the private interests of (REDACTED) were advanced to a high degree, and that a sense of obligation was created by Mr. Sherman’s contribution to the 2015 election campaigns,”
The above statement informs Canadians that the REDACTED name wasn’t Barry Sherman because his name is included “unredacted” in the statement above. The REDACTED name could only be either 2015 election campaign candidates Michael Levitt or Justin Trudeau because the August 26, 2015 election campaign fundraiser that was being investigated by the RCMP was for Liberal candidates Michael Levitt and Justin Trudeau. Phil McIntosh, director of investigations at the Office of the Lobby Commissioner stated:
“while conducting the administrative review, the directorate found evidence indicating that Mr. Sherman engaged in political activities that risk creating a sense of obligation on the part of one or more public office holders” through the fundraising event held at his home on Aug. 26, 2015.
We know Justin Trudeau was the subject of the RCMP investigation because:
1) the Canadian Jewish News reported August 21, 2015, 5 days before Barry and Honey hosted the 2015 election campaign fundraiser for Justin Trudeau that:
“Sherman said he spent an hour with Trudeau last week, discussing various issues, including Israel. He felt Trudeau fully appreciates the threats facing Israel, including “the existential war facing the west from extremists.”
A reasonable person would therefore conclude that the private interests of Justin Trudeau (REDACTED) were discussed/advanced prior to Justin Trudeau’s August 26, 2015 pay-for-access election campaign fundraiser.
2) the Office of the Commissioner of Lobbying initiated the investigation based on a tape recorded interview with Barry Sherman on Nov 3, 2016.
“A few days before the fundraiser, an investigator from the commissioner’s office visited Apotex headquarters in Toronto, where Sherman agreed to a tape-recorded interview. During the conversation, he openly discussed the other fundraiser held at his house on August 26, 2015, which featured then-Liberal candidate Michael Levitt, now an MP, along with Trudeau. Sherman said his wife Honey organized the logistics, … ” Macleans
Justin Trudeau tried to quash the Apotex/Bernard Sherman lawsuit just days before the targeted murders by giving the Lobbying Commissioner $400,000 to fight the lawsuit.
The Lobbying Commissioner receiving access to a “special purpose allotment of $400,000 for third party legal fees associated to legal challenges” eliminated Michael Levitt as the name of the person the Lobbying Commissioner REDACTED.
Despite having received $400,000 in misappropriated public funds the Lobbying Commissioner couldn’t quash the Apotex lawsuit and a court order requiring her to unredact Justin Trudeau‘s name – the third party and “a defendant” in the Apotex lawsuit.
Because the Lobbying Commissioner failed to quash the Apotex/Bernard Sherman lawsuit Justin Trudeau had her removed as the Lobbying Commissioner on the day of the targeted murders – December 13, 2017.
On December 13, 2017 Justin Trudeau committed the offence of obstruction of justice by having both the Lobbying Commissioner and the Conflict of Interest and Ethics Commissioner removed and appointed new ones.
Both Commissioners were removed during ongoing investigations by the 2 Commissioners into Justin Trudeau’s wrongdoings. Justin Trudeau was being investigated by the removed Commissioners for “accepting prohibited gift or other advantage” from lobbyists.
It is imperative Canadians know and realized that the Apotex lawsuit threatened Justin Trudeau’s political career. The lawsuit could have resulted in Justin Trudeau losing his seat in the House of Commons.
Canada Elections Act
477.9 (1) No candidate shall accept any gift or other advantage that might reasonably be seen to have been given to influence them in the performance of their duties and functions as a member of the House of Commons if the candidate were to be elected, during the period that
(a) begins on the day on which they are deemed to have become a candidate; …
gift or other advantage means
(a) an amount of money if there is no obligation to repay it; and
(b) a service or property, or the use of property or money, that is provided without charge or at less than its commercial value.
(2) Every person is guilty of an offence that is a corrupt practice who
(h.01) being a candidate, knowingly contravenes subsection 477.9(1) (accepting prohibited gift or other advantage);
Consequences of corrupt practices
(3) Any person who is convicted of having committed an offence that is an illegal practice or a corrupt practice under this Act shall, in addition to any other punishment for that offence prescribed by this Act, in the case of an illegal practice, during the next five years or, in the case of a corrupt practice, during the next seven years, after the date of their being so convicted, not be entitled to
(a) be elected to or sit in the House of Commons
Justin Trudeau went to great lengths to quash the Apotex lawsuit (Federal Court Number T-761-17 APOTEX INC. ET AL v. KAREN SHEPHERD ET AL. Nature of the proceeding S. 18.1 Application for Judicial Review) days before Barry & Honey Sherman were murdered.
Obstruction of justice is committed when the accused (Justin Trudeau) wilfully attempts to obstruct, pervert or defeat the course of justice in an existing or proposed judicial proceeding. The most extreme form of obstruction is the killing of a witness or a plaintiff in a judicial proceeding.
On December 13, 2017 “Apotex lawsuit plaintiff Barry Sherman” and his wife Honey Sherman were targeted and killed.
Motives for the targeted murders of Barry and Honey Sherman:
1) Terminate the RCMP investigation of Justin Trudeau for accepting a prohibited gift (26 Aug 2015 campaign fundraiser) from registered government lobbyist (registered 24 Aug 2015) Barry Sherman.
2) Terminate an Apotex/Bernard Sherman lawsuit in which Justin Trudeau (REDACTED) was a third party defendant.