Archive for October, 2007

Update with reply from Law Society of Saskatchewan

October 4, 2007

As part of the effort to resolve the zoning dispute between Strudwick and the Argue family, Outlook Community Leader Lloyd Smith toured the RM of Edenwold and spoke with several of the ratepayers.

Lloyd Smith prepared a three page, 14 paragraph affidavit, which non-contradicted affidavit was filed with the Courts and which information was provided to the RCMP Outlook Detachment, stating in part that:

9. I drove around the RM and asked different people that live there what they thought of the lost revenue to the RM for not going ahead with the Argues development. I also asked if they had any idea what the reason might be for blocking it. Some said the RM wanted the water. Others said that if you had a dairy farm then you could grow your own hay.

12. I talked to Brent Lewis who was head of the RCMP at Outlook last spring. He said that when a person is defrauded or false documents are filed for gain it is a crime and should be investigated. I gave him a copy of Robert Lee’s file. I also talked to Bob Laidlaw who is a retired member of the RCMP fraud investigation department. He told me to tell the Argues to take their case to Main Depot in Regina and file a complaint.

Because it was the Argue family that had a complaint of fraud against Strudwick the RCMP refused to allow either the individual who had done the investigation with the RM of Edenwold ratepayers, Outlook Community Leader, Lloyd Smith, or I ( E.R.Lee) serving as the Argues agent, to sign the criminal complaint against Strudwick.

The Argues were advised by four different Regina lawyers that if they signed a criminal complaint against Strudwick she would sue them, the Argues, for libel, and would win the libel action, as a result the Argues declined to sign a criminal complaint against Strudwick and I, as the Agues representative, went ahead on their behalf filing Lloyd Smiths affidavit with the Court.

When Lloyd Smiths affidavit was presented in Queens Bench Court a lawyer paid by the RM of Edenwold ratepayers, Regina lawyer, Glen W. Dowling, acting for Strudwick, contacted RCMP Sergeant Brent Lewis, who had been promoted to Staff Sergeant and was at his new posting in Command of the Melville Saskatchewan RCMP detachment who then, at the request of the Government lawyer, Glen W. Dowling, filed a non notarized letter with the Court stating that;

Mr. Lloyd SMITH approached me for advice in 2004 while I was Sergeant in command of the Outlook Detachment. Upon hearing Mr. SMITHS version of events I suggested that he make a complaint to the Regina RCMP Detachment as this matter was occurring near White City and that is within their Detachment boundaries. I have received numerous documents from Mr.SMITH regarding this matter. After briefly reviewing these documents, my advice remained the same; if he feels he is the victim of a fraud then he should make a complaint to the Regina RCMP Detachment. I have no personal knowledge whether this was ever done. All documents received from Mr. SMITH have been destroyed.

There is no doubt whatsoever but that, Glen W. Dowling, the lawyer paid by the RM of Edenwold ratepayers, acted for RM Administrator Strudwick in blocking zoning for the Argues 30 million dollar subdivision until I, as the Argues representative, carried the “flowers, chocolates and perfume”, Strudwick demanded to provide zoning.

Glen W. Dowling is deemed under Saskatchewan law to be an Officer of the Court and it is a contravention of section 118 of the Criminal Code of Canada for an Officer of the Court to interfere with the administration of Justice, which Dowling did by having RCMP Staff Sergeant Brent Lewis destroy the evidence of Strudwicks criminal actions he had been provided by Outlook Community leader Lloyd Smith.

On September 17th, 2007, I complained in writing to the Law Society of Saskatchewan that their Society member, Glen W. Dowling, had not acted in the” public interest” in blocking zoning for the Argues 30 million dollar subdivision development, until his client, RM Administrator Strudwick, had been carried “ flowers chocolates and perfume”, in effect a bribe to grant zoning as ordered by the Minister responsible, the Hon Len Taylor.

That Law Society response is utter nonsense. The Honourable Justice Lady Janet McMurtry stated in paragraph [27] of her Judgment that :

[27] Strudwick is a public servant. She reports indirectly to Ministers in the Government and the Premier. ……..

But on September 24th 2007 the Law Society of Saskatchewan ruled, in writing, that my complaint was not a valid complaint and that Dowling had done no wrong because the interests of the RM of Edenwold and Strudwick are one and the same and that the RM of Edenwold is a “ corporate entity” and that corporation may pay a lawyer to act for a officer of that corporation.

There is no doubt whatsoever but that Strudwick is a public servant and Dowling, paid by the RM of Edenwold ratepayers to act for her is, in law, a Government lawyer and that under Saskatchewan Statute the Law Society of Saskatchewan is a branch of the Department of the Attorney General of Saskatchewan.

My written complaint to the Law Society was that Solicitor Dowling, in contacting RCMP Staff Sergeant Lewis destroyed evidence of criminal acts of a public servant who reports to the Minister and Premier, was in contravention of section 118 of the Criminal code of Canada, which action is “unbecoming” to a Government lawyer.

There can be no doubt whatsoever but that this is hard evidence of actions by the Law Society of Saskatchewan, which agency is a branch of the Provincial Government, to protect a public servant who is demanding “flowers, chocolates and perfume” to provide zoning permission for development projects.

Provided following is the entire Law Society of Saskatchewan ruling:

Document from the Law Society [PDF]

or

Document from the Law Society [GIF]

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