Liberal Defense Critic
Formerly Canada's Federal Health Minister
The former British Columbia NDP Premier received his appointment to a Federal
Candidacy seat directly from the P.M. himself and immediately became a member of the Federal
Ujjal Dosanjh, was B.C.'s Attorney General
during the trial of Shannon Murrin. Regulations require that the A.G. be
notified when an RCMP informant or agent is being charged with criminal
offences. There-fore; Dosanjh must have known or ought to have known, that Shannon Murrin was an RCMP agent and that
Sgt.Tidsbury was Murrin's handler, yet he allowed this trial to take place without
questioning RCMP involvement with the tampered and destroyed DNA evidence submitted to
the jury, resulting in Murrin's acquittal. If he did not know of Shannon Murrin's RCMP protected agent status, the RCMP have with held information which was
vital to understanding the investigators motive in this case and which likely justifies
a retrial. If Dosanjh knew this, then he and members of the Crown deliberately
presented a flawed case which as it stands, has legalized the murder of British Columbia's children
by RCMP agents. Dosanjh is the same man who claimed to be a staunch
defender of children's rights.
Ministry of Attorney
MEASURES PROTECT CHILD WITNESSES
October 5, 1999 99:91
VICTORIA – Children who testify in court
will benefit from better support and protection as a result of changes to
courtroom procedures and new technology, Attorney General Ujjal Dosanjh
crime is upsetting, but crimes against children are especially disturbing,"
said Dosanjh. "We need to vigorously prosecute those who commit these
crimes, but at the same time, we also need to make sure that children who have
been victimized are given the support and protection they need when they testify
Others claim that Dosanjh's actions when it
comes to child protection, do not match his words.
stayed against pedophile
In B.C., there is an investigation underway alleging that proceeds of
crime were used to remove the existing M.P.( Herb Dhaliwal) from the riding
now taken over by Dosanjh.
quote: All B.C. ridings except one were "Martinized." A former
Liberal executive officer added, in the December 29 Sun, that “They wouldn’t
have had Herb Dhaliwal taken out without the Basi Boys.” Elections Canada has
warned that those who engage in “bulk purchase of party memberships could face
fines and jail terms of up to five years.” If that places David Basi in peril,
it also places Paul Martin, Gordon Campbell, and their Liberal campaigners in
peril. The electoral process itself is in peril. This is why David Basi is so
important to every British Columbian. And to Canada.
The Liberals "admit privately, the B.C. business is a time bomb for Prime
Minister Martin. Up to now, the raids have been virtually ignored by media east
of the Rockies ..." [Thomas Walkom, Toronto Star, 24 Feb. 04]
Other key Dosanjh political supporters have been implicated in drug activity
and organized crime, one even claiming that the Vancouver Police are under the
control of this organization.
see- news story
The media questioned what Dosanjh had done in the past
to warrant his Liberal appointment directly by the P.M.
explanation is there for this about turn?
It's about Dosanjh selling out his principles for power. It's a desperate
attempt to become a cabinet minister in a scandal-ridden government that will
say and do anything to stay in office.
Dosanjh has thrown away 35 years of dedication to social democracy
What has Dosanjh done to deserve this?
Ujjal Dosanjh once orchestrated a series of events that
forced then- NDP premier Glen Clark to step down in scandal.
were laid by Dosanjh against then premier Clarke with little justification.
Informant didn't think ex-B.C. premier was dirty ... benefit,"
Cpl. John Taylor, a lead investigator with the RCMP commercial crime division,
also had a close relationship with the former P.M Jean Chretien and
is accused of conspiring to bring down the Provincial N.D.P. in order to bring
in a Liberal Government.
was also the AG at the time of the Gustafsen Lake crisis in which unprecedented
human rights violations occurred.
Dosanjh's close involvement in Gustafson also disclosed
RCMP Sgt.Montague and the role of the RCMP in obstructing the media. A secret
police force was found to be under control of the P.M.'s office. Note
Montague's famous final comment.
University of Victoria Student Newspaper, Page
GUSTAFSEN LAKE WON'T
by chris morabito
"'Finally the buck stops here,' Dosanjh
said, taking ultimate responsibility
for whatever happens at Gustafsen Lake." -
Sun, Aug. 29, 1995.
It is time for Attorney General and Human Rights
Minister Ujjal Dosanjh to
not only resign as a minister and Member of the
but to submit to an investigation by an
international human rights tribunal
for the crimes against humanity he and his
agencies are accused of committed
during the 1995 Gustafsen Lake conflict.
Over the last four years there has been a
worldwide demand for a public
inquiry into that incident, but the BC Human
Rights Commission, which
is headed by Dosanjh, has remained silent on the
matter. There can be
little doubt that Ujjal Dosanjh's position dual
portfolio of Attorney General
and Minister for Human Rights has provided him
with an unbelievable
opportunity to silence the issues raised by the
Gustafsen Lake conflict, and the
calls for an inquiry. It is obvious that he has
been in a gross conflict of
interest for much too long. Therefore I demand
that the politician who has
repeatedly claimed to "uphold the integrity
and independence of the office
of Attorney General" step down immediately
and submit to some type of
human rights tribunal investigation.
At the time of the Gustafsen Lake conflict, not
even the RCMP thought they
would get away with what they were doing. The
RCMP commander at
Gustafsen Lake, Superintendent Len Olfert said of
the RCMP and military
operations that "there will be inquiries
into this until hell freezes over."
These operations included firing 77,000 rounds of
hollow point ammunition at the 18 men, women, and
children in the
Gustafsen Lake camp, as well as the utilization
of land mines and armored
personnel carriers in assaults on the camp, and
an almost total control over
Not only have several thousands of individuals
signed petitions demanding an
inquiry and an investigation of leaders like
Dosanjh, so have political
organizations from around the world. They
include, but are not limited to,
the Council of Canadians, federal NDP leader
Alexa McDonough, the
Assembly of First Nations, the League of
Indigenous Sovereign Nations, Canadian
Federation of Students, Graduate Student Society
of the University of
Victoria, Canadian Union of Public Employees
2419, Pacific Human Rights,
Democracy Street, Teaching Support Staff Union of
Simon Fraser University,
Aboriginal Rights Coalition, former United States
Attorney General Ramsey
Clark, Incomindios, the Green Group of the
European Parliament, the Canadian
Alliance in Solidarity with the Native Peoples,
Moloqil Tinamit and other
Mayan organizations in Guatemala, For Mother
Earth Belgium, the Black
Community Collective & Black Autonomy
International Canada, the Afrikan
Frontline Network, Te Ropu Maori, Support for
Native Sovereignty, the
Tasmania Human Rights Group, and Settlers In
Support of Indigenous
Sovereignty and the BC chapter of the NDP
Socialist Caucus and many
It is very likely that an investigation into the
Gustafsen Lake matter would
not only implicate Dosanjh in crimes against
humanity, but also the most
powerful judges and politicians in BC and Canada
as well, including Prime
Minister Jean Chretien and Chief Justice of
Canada Antonio Lamer. If
Canada is to move into the new millennium with
even a glimmer of hope of
living up to its constitution, it must address
all the issues relating to the
Gustafsen Lake matter.