|Criminal Gangs Have Infiltrated the Courts in Canada|
In British Columbia, for example, several judges are known to be associates or members of a secretive criminal gang with an extensive criminal network thoughout the province. Members of this criminal gang regularly use gang member judges to fix the outcome of law cases involving fellow members. The gang has infiltrated some of the police agencies in the Province and plays a behind the secenes role in the political corruption that is widespread in British Columbia. Unlike the notorious Hell's Angels, this criminal gang keeps an extremely low profile and its criminal activities are not openly discussed by the media due to its tactics of fear and intimidation. Like the Hell's Angels, this criminal gang has affiliates in other provinces and, based on expert reports that are undenied by Canada's Department of Justice, it has infiltrated the operations of the Supreme Court of Canada.
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Although judges are not part of the general union movement in Canada, clerical and administratiuve staff at the courthouses across Canada are part of the union movement. As members of the union movement, court staff are often caught interfering in the administration of justice to benefit their brothers and sisters in the movement. This kind of criminal activity is more often seen in the public service unions where unionized staff commit fraud and obstruction of justice in order to assist their colleagues in other government offices.
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Between 1796 and 1799, Imperial Parliament of the British Empire attempted to address the operations of secret criminal organizations that were then operating throughout the British Empire by enacting the Unlawful Oaths Act and the Unlawful Societies Act.
These laws continue to be part of the law of Canada to this very day but they are not enforced and are somethat archaic in their language. For example, anyone who is a member of a secret society that does not comply with the Unlawful Societies Act is subject to seven years `transportation` which meant seven years imprisonment in a British penal colony.
The Canadian Committee for Constitutional Courts recommends that the Unlawful Societies Act and Unlawful Oaths Act be strictly enforced by the Government of Canada among members of the Canadian judiciary, the legal profession, the police and court registry administrastive staff and that the Acts be amemded to replace the word `transportation`with its modern equivalent of ``ìmprisonment`` .