WE MUST GET RID OF THE Blanket Immunity in Canada

WE MUST GET RID OF THE BLANKET IMMUNITY OF THE ELITE JUDICIAL AND POLITICAL SECTOR. IF CANADIANS WILL NOT GET THEIR CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS WE WILL EXPOSE THEM.

Canada’s judicial and political elite are immune from accountability for their crimes by the Divine Right of Kings.

From Wikipedia…

Judicial Immunity is a form of legal immunity which protects judges and others employed by the judiciary from lawsuits brought against them for official conduct in office, no matter how incompetent, negligent, or malicious such conduct might be, even if this conduct is in violation of statutes.

For example, a judge may not be the subject of a slander or libel suit for statements made about someone during a trial, even if the defamatory statements had nothing to do with the trial at hand. Nor may a judge’s clerk be sued for negligence in failing to deliver materials to the judge.

The purpose of judicial immunity is twofold: it encourages judges to act in a “fair and just” manner, without regard to the possible extrinsic harms their acts may cause outside of the scope of their work. It protects government workers from harassment from those whose interests they might negatively affect.

Judicial immunity doesn’t protect judges from suits stemming from administrative decisions made while off the bench, like hiring and firing decisions. But immunity generally does extend to all judicial decisions in which the judge has proper jurisdiction, even if a decision is made with “corrupt or malicious intent.”[1]

Note, however, that, while the judiciary may be immune from lawsuits involving their actions, they may still be subject to criminal prosecutions. For example, when West Virginia judge Troisi became irritated with a rude defendant, he stepped down from the bench, took off his robe, and bit the defendant on the nose. He spent five days in jail and was put on probation.[2]

Historically, judicial immunity was associated with the English common law idea that “the King can do no wrong.” (Compare Sovereign immunity.) Judges, the King’s delegates for dispensing justice, accordingly “ought not to be drawn into question for any supposed corruption [for this tends] to the slander of the justice of the King.” [3]

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