This blog is dedicated to telling the story of Prince Edward Island farmer, Wilfred Doyle, who encountered nepotiosm and corruption among some members of the legal profession and judiciary in Prince Edward and then more corruption and cover up at the Supreme Court of Canada.
Saturday, September 19, 2015
More Government and Legal Corruption in PEI Alleged-
According to Wilfred Doyle, the corruption in PEI includes the Director of the Legal Aid Scheme, Kent Brown, who is the father of a lawyer who acted to transfer property illegally out of Mr. Doyle's late father's estate
"I am sending you the response I got from the Attorney General of PEI this morning concerning legal aid. The director of legal aid Mr. Kent Browns son, Jordon K Brown, is a lawyer with Cox and Palmer. Jordon Brown illegally transferred property out of my late fathers estate before it was probated. Now, Mr. Kent Brown is abusing his position as director of legal aid to proceed with a old fashion lynching to protect his son Jordon Brown from criminal charges and liability.
Joe I think its time that Stephen Harper and Bob Paulson and Steven Blaney, Ray Novak and Jenny Byrne and Gail Shea come out and tell the truth to the Canadian people about the fraud at DFO, because we have letters here that all these people knew about this and have been put on notice."
At this time, the Editors have not reviewed the facts of the transfer and are seeking confirmation of the facts directly from Mr. Brown who is a lawyer with Cox and Palmer.
According to the Cox and Palmer Web Site:
Cox & Palmer is a full-service, top ranked Atlantic Canadian law firm with the knowledge and experience you can rely on for solid legal solutions. We work with clients to understand their needs and provide valuable advice when it matters most.
With offices across Atlantic Canada, we are where you need us.
The Deputy Minister for the Attorney General of Prince Edward Island is Michele Dorsey who advised Wilfred Doyle the Canadian Charter of Rights "does guarantee the right to a fair trial for each individual in every case" but does not guarantee a lawyer.
Given the complexity of the law, the incestuous nature of the judicial crown in Prince Edward Island, the refusal of his lawyer to make proper legal argument and the power of the RCMP, it is the Editors opinion that it is highly unlikely Wilfred Doyle will get a fair trial in Prince Edward Island.