The FCAA Hearing Panel conisting of Gordon D Hamilton, Peter Carton and Paul Robinson of the Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority–in Saskatchewan — have been sued for abuse of process, abuse of discretion, misfeasance in office, among many other cited civil charges/claims. In addition, Gordon D Hamilton, Peter Carton and Paul Robinson, in a seperate ongoing FCAA appeal matter may also be at risk of being cited for creating and authoring false statements with the intent to unlawfully interfere in a legal proceeding, which could be constituted as criminal activity. From what we have been informed, many expert witnesses are prepared to testify in these legal proceedings, which may prove these “criminal” allegations ,of obstruciton of justice, against these three. Let’s see if, or what, the Saskatchewan Justice of Ministry will do, if anything, once this matter is exposed in full via many expert witnesses. From what we have heard, and based on our opinion, it appears that the Securities Division of the FCAA, may be doing everything they can in an attempt to keep a lid on this alleged criminal or quasi-criminal activty by their Board Members involving Gordon D Hamilton, Peter Carton and Paul Robinson. The FCAA, based on our opinion, and from what we have reviewed, does not WANT this to ever be leaked or exposed to the public. www.fcaa.gov.sk.ca/ .
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