Questionable behaviour involving apparent wilful attempt(s) to obstruct, pervert or defeat the course of justice. Criminal Code, Section 139.
He was involved in preparing SNC s – quote –defence – unquote - dated May 27th 1983 , in which they said in para. 1 that SNC - quote -…deny all the allegations in the declaration as ill‑founded in fact and in law…-unquote, but then admit in para. 3 that they employed me.
(Prior to this - up to about May 12th 1983 – everything was being handled by SNC s in-house legal counsel Raymond Favreau, who had been playing a similar game; later - some time between May 27th 1983 and April 9th 1987 - Brigitte Charron became involved)
Nov 8th 2001: Appointed as a Judge of Quebec Superior Court by then-federal Minister of Justice Anne McLellan (under the Liberal government of Jean Chrétien).
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The Marc de Wever involved – referred to in the above as Marc E. de Wever – is clearly the same Marc de Wever who was working against me at Dunton Rainville (then known as Vermette Dunton De Wever Toupin). At the time of his appointment as a Judge, he was practising with Gowling Lafleur Henderson in Montreal.
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