It is suspected that Justice Benjamin Taylor made his questionable ruling against Mr. Doyle, the MacLeer case, because to do otherwise would have involved making a finding against, Thomas Matheson, while his own dauthter, Cynthia Taylor, was an associate of Mr. Mateson at the law firm of Matheson & Murrary.
What the reader needs to know is that the Chief Justice Jaqueline Matheson is in charge of the administration of the court and it is reasonable to presume that Chief Justice Matheson, the wife of Thomas Matheson, assigned Justice Benjamin Taylor to the case because Taylor's daughter has a job at Matheson & Murray and Justice Benjamin Taylor could be replied on to make a finding in favour of Matheson & Murray, the law firm where his daughter was an associate and might soon be a partner.
Justice John K. Mitchell made a decision in the Supreme Court of Prince Edward Island and granted the law firm of Matheson and Murray a judgment for $18,000 in legal fees as a result of a motion to dismiss Mr. Doyle's case against the Prince Edward Island Lending Agency represented by Matheson and Murray.
After being granted the $18,000 judgment against Mr. Doyle, Matheson and Murray went to Doyle's farm with the local Sheriffs, on July 13th, 2012, and seized a quarter of a million dollars worth of farming and fishing assets and sold them for approximately $9,500.
Austin McQuaids Trucking hauled the assets from Mr. Doyle's property. Austin McQuaid is a brother to Justice John McQuaid of the Prince Edward Island Court of Appeal.
Justice John McQuaid was the son of Justice Melvin McQuaid and Melvin McQuaid was brother to Justice Charles McQauid who issued the Certificate of Title to Richard Doyle in 1978 a certificate that was suddenly found to be defective in 2011.
Justice Wayne Cheverie, of the Supreme Court of Prince Edward Island, refused to remove Matheson & Murray for acting in a conflict of interest.
And, Justice Gordon Campbell of the Supreme Court of Prince Edward Island would not permit Mr. Doyle to amend his statement of statement of claim to include Thomas A. Matheson Q.C. as a party to the action.
From Mr. Doyle's point of view, the whole process was nothing more than a group of interrelated families using their friends and family at the court to protect themselves.