THE SUPREME COURT OF CANADA
In the interest of justice and of the public, I will continue to report on my case, that is also before, the Supreme Court of Canada, currently.
New information from the Supreme Court of Canada, regarding the urgent
motion, that I had filed on April 11,2012. And what I have been told, by the
S.C.C. office of the Registrar, concerning that motion.
On Monday May 14, 2012, I was told, by the office of the registrar, of the S.C.C. by a telephone message, that was left on my voicemail, that my urgent motion for a stay of execution, of the order of the Court of Appeal for Ontario, on April 4, 2012, "would be presented to Justice Deschamps, this afternoon", of the Supreme Court of Canada, for his decision on the matter. I was also asked to present any other information, that I have regarding the case and send it in by fax, or email.
On Tuesday May 15, 2012, after sending the information, to the Supreme Court of Canada, and after contacting the S.C.C. I was told by a registry officer, that, the manager, Joanne Laniel, in the office of the registrar, has informed her, that the motion, would be heard, by Justice Fish, of the Supreme Court of Canada, on May 15, 2012.
The question that I have asked, since receiving this information, from the S.C.C. is how can the urgent motion, be presented before one judge, Justice Deschamps, on one day, May 14 and to another judge, Justice Fish, the next day? It is also quite obvious, that the motion was also never heard, by Justice Deschamps, on May 14, as I had been told. The Supreme Court of Canada is aware, that I am also following the case, publicly, as well. If what I have been told by the court, so far, is in fact not true, and a lie, perpetrated upon the public, concerning my motion, that is before the S.C.C. and on the part of the office of the registrar.
Wouldn't you also say, that, they have also brought, disrepute, upon the court? I hope for their sake, that they have also been telling me the truth, concerning the matter. That is usually, also, what corruption is, by the way. Personally, I believed, also, that some persons, such as Micheline Alam, Eric Shalom and Joanne Laniel, in the office of the registrar, of the Supreme Court of Canada, has also tried to interfere, personally, with my case, before the S.C.C. and has also tried to cause, undue delay, in the hearing of my urgent motion, before the Supreme Court of Canada.
As the public has been made aware of my case before the Supreme Court of Canada, in which I am appealing the decision of the Court of Appeal, to dismiss my appeal, claiming a lack of jurisdiction, by the Court of Appeal. The Supreme Court of Canada must also now decide, in the interest of the public, if the Court of Appeal for Ontario, had made the right decision, or if it has also violated any of my rights,
under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, through my appeal before the S.C.C.