Supporting documentation, exposing continuing activities such as illustrated in the article published, February 2002, in the Radical Press, "A Tale of 2 Lawyers", Robert W. Nicholson has published Stolen Innocence. (isbn#0-9694807-I7)
Cost - $ 18.00
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"Nicholson attempts to remove the cloak from the dagger
in his research. What may seem too bizarre today, if authorities
would simply educate themselves, will be seen as a reality of
unaddressed horrors to for victims. Do we really believe that
centuries of books and scripts on cults and Satanism are fantasies
which never get acted out? Read this book, then ask again!"
"Though many therapists and law enfoorcement persons
are aware of organized sexual abuse of children in British Columbia,
this is the first book that attempts to document the extensiveness
of the abuse and the breadth of the corruption in our province."
Please also visit www.rwnicholson.com just recently published, for a more in-depth look at the broader scope of this and related societal concerns.
From Nut House to Castle - the Eddy Haymour story.
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"Senior government officials, including ministers of
the Crown and with the knowledge of then-Premier W.A.C. Bennett,
contrived to improperly curb Eddy Haymour's island development.
They plotted to use the full force of the government to persecute
Mr. Haymour. No less than six departments - Lands, Municipal
Affairs, Health, Attorney General, Highways and the Provincial
Secretary - were involved in the conspiracy to prevent him from
developing his island. The B.C. government's actions have been
highly improper, illegal and even cruel." -
"Mr. Haymour and his family have suffered greatly, have
borne the absolute knowledge of this injustice alone for many
years, and it is extremely important that society at large know
it was an injustice. The Provincial Government should make a
public expression of regret for the harm done to Eddy Haymour
for the wrongful acts of the Crown between 1971 and 1975. Fair
treatment to individuals is the essence of our democracy and
deliberate breaches of the trust placed in public officials must
weigh heavy on the public conscience." -
"It's almost unbelievable that this could have happened
in British Columbia. It's an object lesson in what bureaucrats
and politicians can get away with. i suppose in a way I am one
of the guilty ones in this particularily dramatic persecution
of Eddy Haymour. I thought Eddy was out of his mind. I was on
the radio with Simma Holt and said this man should be in jail.
Ten years later, this man's quest for justice proves he was right.
You will accept my apology, will you? It was my automatic response
to a man who had been charged with threatening all kinds of people,
and who had gone into the Canadian Embassy, and I was wrong."
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