So the Mohan's have filed a wrongful death suit against those charged in their son's murder along with the landlords of the strata. Interesting discussions have arisen. http://www.vancouversun.com/news/Surrey+victim+parents+file+suit+saying+death+preventable/2117965/story.html
The purpose of a wrongful death suit in civil court is often a back up in case the judicial system fails as many surmised in the OJ case. Did the LAPD plant the bloody glove? Unlikely but possible. Did he do it? Criminal court said no civil court said yes. All I know is putting that show on TV by OJ, "If I did it, Here's how it happened" would have been satanic: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/If_I_Did_It
What happens if the judicial system in B.C. fails again and the Bacon brothers walk. Again. Thus the need for a wrongful death suit. Getting off this time is unlikely with a confession but already it looks like history repeating itself with an abuse of the charter.
In August of 2005 Jonathan Bacon was arrested with two machine pistols, two handguns, silencers, (like Randy Potts) a bullet proof vest, crack, ecstasy, marijuana and almost $100,000.00 in cash. June of 2008 Judge Donald Gardiner ruled police did not have grounds for the warrant used to make the seizures and this bad bacon walked. http://www2.canada.com/theprovince/news/story.html?id=4eac5a2f-2b73-4575-a562-b18d374179d3
Did you catch that? The police had a search warrant. This quack of a Judge over ruled the search warrant and let the guy free who was caught with guns and crack. I think the Mohan's should include Judge Donald Gardiner in their wrongful death suit. He carries serious liability here for failing to protect public safety.
This is an example of a bad decision that leaves the public wondering if this judge is inept or corrupt. Which is it? It's either one or the other because this kind of defiant abuse of the charter is clearly treason. Yet April 2007 we see history repeat itself.
In April 2007, the Bacon brothers were caught again with four loaded handguns and five magazines in their SUV and their lawyer is once again trying to throw out the evidence on a abuse of the charter. The police obtained a warrant to follow the SUV. The Bad Bacon's were involved in a shootout, as their vehicle was riddled with bullets and Jamie was hit though incurring only a bruise thanks to body armour. http://www.vancouversun.com/news/Bacon+brothers+court+drug+charges/2120063/story.html
The police investigated the crime scene and found .40 caliber shells inside the corvette Jamie was driving which was riddled with .45 caliber bullets. It appeared that the Jamie was was firing back at the shooters with a glock.
The corvette, the SUV and the garage door were all riddled with bullets. A search of the SUV found four loaded handguns in a secret compartment. This was a crime scene. Police don't need a warrant to search a crime scene. Abusing the charter yet again would be treason.
Another bad Bacon is their parents who deny and rationalize criminal behavior. Good parents don't so that. The father, Davie Bacon, the prime pig so to speak arrogantly told the media his kids, the three little pigs, weren't gangsters and that his son Jonathon was innocent and that he was confident all charges against them would be dropped and the matter would be over with. http://www2.canada.com/vancouversun/news/story.html?id=cf31bc76-e4e6-43f9-8383-a8b6d3ed6bba
That was in 2008 right before Donald Duck threw out the evidence against his son Jonathan Bacon, where Jonathan was caught with guns, drugs and cash. The father prime pig was right. The charges against his son were dropped through an abuse of the charter but the case was far from over. His son was not innocent. He was caught with the guns, drugs and cash. The evidence was thrown out by abusing a technicality. For his father to arrogantly claim his son was innocent is an outrage. His name should be added to the wrongful death suit.
Another bone of contention I have is the fact that the court recently heard that on February of 2007 all three brothers were under investigation for conspiracy to commit murder. Why would the youngest brother be charged in the Surrey Six murder but not the older two brothers? They should be added to the wrongful death suit.