April 10, 2018

BC Supreme Court advises criminal charges against “lawbreaker” Elizabeth May

Sheila Gunn ReidRebel Host | The Gunn Show


In late March, Green Party leader Elizabeth May along with NDP MP Kennedy Stewart, were arrested for violating an injunction at a Kinder Morgan work site on Burnaby Mountain.

The company has a court injunction that keeps protesters 50 meters away from two construction sites which is meant to keep employees safe from these increasingly violent protesters, and also keep idiotic protesters from hurting themselves.

Knowing there was a court order in place and knowing full well police were arresting people for breaking that court order, May and Stewart went down there and willfully broke it too and were both arrested by police.

At the time, it looked like May was exercising a little bit of her privilege to get special treatment from the legal system. There were no handcuffs, no time in the back of a police car, just some weird arm locking business and a strange do-si-do with RCMP.

Indeed, it looked like Lady Justice was going easy on Liz, but the BC Supreme Court is having none of that.

A judge recommended that protesters, including May and Stewart, should be prosecuted criminally rather than civilly, and advising a charge of criminal contempt since their alleged contempt was against a court order and not Kinder Morgan itself.

The case has been adjourned for a week to be sent back to the BC prosecution service, but I hope they throw the book at May who has been threatening to pull this sort of stunt, and offering to go to jail to block Trans Mountain in multiple interviews and press conferences.

Careful what you wish for Liz, or you just might get it. She might find out the hard way that green is the new orange.

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commented 2018-04-11 02:15:40 -0400
Andrew Stephenson how are these charges politically motivated??? It was a court ordered injunction. It was the Supreme Court you now down to in other cases making this decision. Now choke on it. You think judges are Gods in other cases, now be quiet and suck it up like you think we should. PRACTICE WHAT YOU PREACH!
commented 2018-04-11 01:06:01 -0400
Hey Andy. What do you think the law society of BC is saying about Elizabeth May. She has become an embarrassment and that reflects directly on them. You do remember when she was drunk and said she had more respect for Omar Khadr than Harper. That little comment while drunk was also recorded. More embarrassment from another childish leader who act as though they are above the law. Take another look at the photo. May is acting like she is being escorted across the street by some nice police officers instead of being moved by force which is the normal action taken for someone being arrested.
commented 2018-04-11 00:46:34 -0400
Andy Stephenson that is just not true. This charge will stick as May was recorded on video and witnessed by police being in the wrong place at the wrong time. May stated she was going to do this because she believes the court decision was wrong. As a lawyer she should know better and as a leftist she doubles down by stating she respects the rule of law. Now she deserves the full punishment of the law. What about her constituents. Don’t they deserve to have a representative instead of an activist? What about the Green Party. Don’t they deserve to have a leader who respects the rule of law or are they hypocrites who make stuff up on the fly?
commented 2018-04-10 23:40:23 -0400
“John Meester commented 1 hour ago
When this stunned idiot gets convicted, will she still be allowed to sit in the House of Commons? Seems to me that criminals cannot be lawmakers. "
There’s no rule against convicted individuals holding office, particularly for politically motivated charges that are unlikely to stick.
commented 2018-04-10 22:24:47 -0400
When this stunned idiot gets convicted, will she still be allowed to sit in the House of Commons? Seems to me that criminals cannot be lawmakers.
commented 2018-04-10 22:02:41 -0400
Ms Stephenson.
Hahahaha hahahahahahah
You have said a lot of ridiculous things over the course of time but I really believe you have topped yourself.. for now anyway.!!
Damn that was funny.!!
commented 2018-04-10 21:45:17 -0400
May is a true Canadian hero. The Swamp hates people like her, they’re afraid.
commented 2018-04-10 21:42:03 -0400
May is just a decoy for the liberals, so I do think she’ll walk away unscathed. Lady justice needs some teeth, and lunatic Liz needs time out in prison. Wouldn’t it be great if justice actually prevailed here? The problem is that they’ve let this go on much too long!
commented 2018-04-10 20:56:46 -0400
FEFW – good summation.
commented 2018-04-10 20:52:52 -0400
Gharab… that is always a possibility because politicians are the privileged class..
Hopefully common sense will prevail and justice realizes that they are criminals and should be charged convicted and treated as such.
commented 2018-04-10 20:51:13 -0400
Well I for one agree with the comment that PETER NETTERVILLE made about Lizzy going free with no charges.
I also hope that I am wrong and that someone, somewhere grew a pair of hairy balls and is willing to see this through.
As for the RCMP, well we all know that they are the official lap dogs of the infamous feminist Trudeau, and will do his bidding, This once elite and famous police force is today nothing but a sad reflection of the once great Royal Canadian Mounted Police, they are a farce and have let a feminist lead them by the nose.
commented 2018-04-10 20:48:42 -0400
Mr. ASSwad, your ecofascist goggles make you very short sighted! Martyrs you say….how interesting!
commented 2018-04-10 20:23:46 -0400
Great News from our Legal System, after a decade of their errors!
commented 2018-04-10 20:20:04 -0400
Like Horgan and Weaver, history will proclaim May and Stewart as hero’s of this time of crisis in stopping the pipeline. Particularly if the system makes them martyrs.
commented 2018-04-10 20:09:20 -0400
Oh, I am fairly confident that Elizabeth May will go free without charges. There is too much corruption in the BC judicial system and the BC provincial government to think that she will be charged. But I hope I am wrong.
commented 2018-04-10 19:45:42 -0400
Again..it’s only a starting point. let’s see on how it finishes. Good news though.
commented 2018-04-10 19:12:48 -0400
Yes, Tammie, I couldn’t agree more. Kudos to that judge as well who won’t let himself be intimidated by those fools. About time, she gets some of her own medicine, she can’t make any headway with the Greens, so she’s trying to score political points by protesting a much needed pipeline.
commented 2018-04-10 19:10:26 -0400
She knew what she was doing. Lock her up!
commented 2018-04-10 18:48:03 -0400
Finally some good news!
May’s stroll with the RCMP was hinky at best….glad the judge ruled this matter is to be dealt with in criminal court…she deserves a stay at the crowbar hotel! The same goes for her accomplice in the NDP Party.
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