Attention: David Eby, Attorney General of BC

AG.minister@gov.bc.ca  RE: Urgent Legal Matters

Copied to: John Horgan, Premier of BC Premier@gov.bc.ca Adrian Dix, Health Minister of BC HLTH.minister@gov.bc.ca Dr. Bonnie Henry, PHO Bonnie.Henry@gov.bc.ca

Via Email

October 1, 2021

RE: Urgent Legal Matters

Dear Sir,

As this province continues to plummet into crisis, discord and medical chaos, I write to serve notice to you that your conduct (or lack thereof), specifically as it relates to your statutory duties as Chief law enforcement officer for the province of British Columbia, can no longer be ignored.

The office of the Attorney General has obligations not only to the Lieutenant Governor, the Executive Council, and the administration of justice; but also, most importantly, to the people of British Columbia.

As Attorney General, either you have failed in your duties to properly advise the Executive Council or they have failed to listen. You are duty bound to have availed yourself of the vast amount of COVID related information, from all reliable sources—not just those convenient to one narrative.

You are duty bound, as legal advisor, to inform the Executive Counsel when their orders, or orders issued by those empowered by statute to make orders, infringe without lawful justification on the rights of those living in British Columbia. These rights include not only our Charter Rights, but also those found in the BC Human Rights Code—a Code with which you, as former head of the BC Civil Liberties Association, are very familiar.

In your capacity as AG, you are duty bound to inform yourself about the research, good and bad, associated with experimental drug programs like the one that is currently masquerading under the misleading label of being a ‘vaccine’.

This fraud—that is being forced on the population of BC through coercion, abuse of power, assault and battery, as well as misinformation and deceit—must cease. There is no denying this reality. Distressingly, for Dr. Bonnie Henry, Minister Dix, the Premier and others, there is too much reliable information from medical professionals, scientist and other jurisdictions now available to allow this insidious and dangerous experiment to continue.

Most reasonable British Columbians can easily affirm the growing skepticism, anger and failed confidence in those who ostensibly conned and coerced the populace into a false narrative with manufactured statistics and misinformation designed to force participation in a mass social experiment masquerading as a ‘pandemic’…

 As you know, there are certain laws that protect Canadians from those who abuse their public office and the public’s trust. Section 122 of the Criminal Code of Canada is one of those, it states:

Breach of trust by public officer

122. Every official who, in connection with the duties of his office, commits fraud or a breach of trust is guilty of an indictable offence and liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding five years, whether or not the fraud or breach of trust would be an offence if it were committed in relation to a private person.…

The Attorney General Act of BC states:

 The Attorney General (a) is the official legal adviser of the Lieutenant Governor and the legal member of the Executive Council, (b) must see that the administration of public affairs is in accordance with law,

Your accountability doesn’t stop there. As mentioned above, Section 2(b) of the Attorney General Act demands that you ensure that the administration of public affairs in BC is “in accordance with the law.” Clearly, you have failed on this front, too; and our province is paying the price.

As AG you are also responsible for the lawful administration of the BC Human Rights Code and the protections therein. Section 3(1) of the BC Human Rights Code demands that you ensure that the purposes of that Code are actuated; specifically the purposes of the Code, which are:

(a) to foster a society in British Columbia in which there are no impediments to full and free participation in the economic, social, political and cultural life of British Columbia; (b) to promote a climate of understanding and mutual respect where all are equal in dignity and rights; (c) to prevent discrimination prohibited by this Code; (d) to identify and eliminate persistent patterns of inequality associated with discrimination prohibited by this Code; (e) to provide a means of redress for those persons who are discriminated against contrary to this Code. (f) and (g) [Repealed 2002-62-2.]

Section 4 of the Code provides protection to all British Columbians from oppressive orders, edicts or other “enactments” made by “public officers” or anyone else, designed to violate, trespass, neutralize, oppress, coerce or deny British Columbians from freely participating in the “economic, social, political and cultural life…” in British Columbia. Section 4 states: If there is a conflict between this Code and any other enactment, this Code prevails.

As you are aware, our laws are not made in ignorance. As British Columbians we acknowledge that our right to engage, without impediment in our civil society is a protected right. Our protected right to full participation, including going to restaurants without declaring our status within an experimental program, trumps the oppressive and unlawful orders of Dr. Bonnie Henry (a public official within the meaning of Section 122 of the Criminal Code of Canada). In closing, please also consider the requirement in section 3(1)(e). It is time that a properly-funded and staffed entity is available to those seeking redress.

The BC Human Rights Tribunal (BCHRT) has been recognized as being unfair and partial, and the current situation of backlog is denying British Columbians access to justice. This must change. Those members assigned to hear matters can no longer be driven by their political ideology or personal agendas. Instead, a proper application of the law must be the determiner in matters brought before the Tribunal.

Lastly, there is no argument available at this point to justify the conduct of Dr. Bonny Henry. The dangers and harm associated with the ‘vaccine’ indisputably outweigh the benefits, most critically where children are involved. This devastatingly harmful social, psychological and medical experiment must cease, or appropriate consequences will be sought.

The Crown, under your administration is compromised. Your compliance and deficiency of action in your duties inspires no confidence in your performance as AG. As you know the Criminal Code of Canada provides the people of Canada with the ability to bypass the Crown. I have enough evidence in my possession to justify the laying of Private Information charges on numerous public officers. If you fail to act immediately, I will proceed with a Private Information and if successful I will seek a special prosecutor in this circumstance. My witness list of experts is impressive, and the stories of those harmed compelling.

It is time to end the insidious lunacy, assaults (battery), abuse and the unlawful conduct of “public officials.” I implore the Executive Council to initiate an immediate pause on all COVID related orders, expand their advisory base and meet with those health care professionals who are better informed, independent and balanced in their knowledge of COVID, COVID testing, COVID treatments, immunization, immunization protocols and chemicals—and other unknown substances being injected into the bodies of those you are responsible for protecting.

I am attaching THE COVID-19 CANADIAN COVID CARE ALLIANCE (CCCA) DECLARATION, published September 24, 2021. I believe you can easily access the necessary experts through this organization to give you a better-informed and balanced understanding of COVID related matters.

Please act in a timely manner, enough damage has been done.

Sincerely yours,

Original signed by: Kari Simpson Executive Director, Culture Guard Campaign Chair 300K.ca

Suite #101 22678 – 28th Avenue, Langley BC, Canada V2Z 3B2 Phone: 604 277-2201 Email: CultureGuard@Gmail.com Website: CultureGuard.com

The above is part of a seven page letter which can be seen in full via website: CultureGuard.com

1 thought on “Attention: David Eby, Attorney General of BC”

  1. I believe it should be made clear that being compromised by the time they took their oath of office, will not absolve the oath breakers of culpability for their dereliction of duty

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