CANADIAN GOVERNMENT ABUSES CHARTER RIGHTS
In a crushing Judgement of the Superior Court of Quebec rendered on May 7, 2004, The Canadian Government and it's Agents were charged with abuse and violation of Human Charter Rights against Henry Sztern and his Family. This Judgement rendered after a lengthy trial hearing clearly established that the Government and it's Agent's had absolutely no evidence whatsoever supporting it's claims and allegations and in fact Government Agents attempted illegaly to use private information, which was obtained in violation of Human Charter Rights, and which information was erroneous in any event, for the purposes of abusing a third party's rights and those rights of Mr. Sztern and his family.
Unfortunately, the Canadian Federal Government persists in making public on the Internet, all the allegations they have unilaterally construed and which have no shred of supporting evidence. By doing so, they are depriving Mr. Sztern of his ability to obtain any important opportunity for employment and in obstruction of his constitional rights as all the unfounded and completely false allegations immediately appear upon a simple click of his name on verification. The Canadian Federal Government, in addition, have not even been able to remove Mr. Sztern's Licence as a Bankruptcy Trustee since they began their witchhunt and instituted their incredible Measures against Mr. Sztern on April 4, 2003. Mr. Sztern has also been denied the ability to be heard in the Federal Court System, since April 4, 2003, while the Governement loses and appeals case after case in the Provincial Court System, at great cost to Mr. Sztern and the Canadian Taxpayers. During this whole period, Mr. Sztern is prejudiced by the unilaterally imposed sanctions preventing him from taking on any new cases in Bankruptcy and further, damaging his name to any prospective employer in any related field or otherwise.
MOST RECENT UPDATES
June 2005 - The Szterns file a Re-Amended Defence and Counterclaiming for Damages caused by Agents of the Government and the Government's egregious, false, illegal and malicious acts and statements in their relentless and willfully blind pursuit and attack. The Hearing will hopefully be scheduled for late Fall 2005.
January, 2005 - The Supreme Court of Canada decided not to grant Leave to Appeal to the Sztern family as it would appear the deciding Supreme Court Judges felt this issue did not measure up to their vision of National Interest. The principal case against Henry and Natalie Sztern now finally go to the Trial on the merits of their case.
October 18, 2004 - The Sztern family has filed a Motion For Leave To Appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada. The Issues raised before the Supreme Court are those of Charter Abuse and Violations by representatives of the Federal Government. It appears very clear that the Government will do anything to meet their Agenda, even if they exceed and breach the Laws and Powers that have been well established on a National and International basis.
On September 24, 2004, three Federally Remunerated Judges of the Court of Appeals rendered a dramatic and baseless Judgement, reversing the decision of the Superior Court, condoning and permitting the Charter and Human Rights Violations and Abuse executed against the Sztern family, by Representatives of the same Federal Government which pays their salaries. They have shockingly and strangely permitted the Federal Government to maintain their Seizure on Personal and Private property, the whole based on allegations and affidavits that were proven over a two week Trial, to have no foundation nor truth. These three Judges have, by virtue of their Judgement, ignored all Supreme Court and Appeals Court long-standing Jurisprudence and all known Federal, Provincial and Human Rights Legislation.
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