McConnell claims that McLean became the de facto trustee for the federally-registered charity “Piggy’s Palace Good Times Society” while he worked as Special Assistant in the Office of the [Librano] Prime Minister of Canada (2000-2002), and he further alleges that McLean coordinated the pre-deployment of Cold Squad TV crews and the Vancouver Police to remove evidence of IMDb snuff-film production at Pickton pig farm ‘raves’ attended by up to 1,700 guests from across Canada and the United States.
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The Pig Farm - Serial Killer Robert Pickton Documentary
Serial killer Robert Pickton's trial cost $102 million Russell Scott Show: The Greatest Conspiracy Ever
This is the story about Robert Pickton, Canada's most prolific serial killer.
Narrated By (voice) (as Margaret Huculak)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Himself (archive footage)
Himself (archive footage)
An artist's drawing shows serial killer Robert Pickton listening to the guilty verdict handed to him by the B.C. Supreme Court in New Westminster, Sunday, December 9, 2007. (Felicity Don / THE CANADIAN PRESS)
Defence lawyers were paid just under $12 million, while prosecution totalled just over $9 million. The province also covered $1.8 million in high-security upgrades to the New Westminster courthouse and changes to the prison where Pickton was incarcerated, though that's not included in the overall sum.
The Port Coquitlam, B.C., pig farmer's second-degree murder convictions for the deaths of six women were upheld by Canada's highest court in July. Pickton was arrested Feb. 2, 2002 and eventually charged with murdering 26 women, but his case proceeded only on the first six with plans for further prosecution to follow.
After a trial that lasted a year, then-attorney general Wally Oppal said there was little to be gained by trying the man on the remaining 20 [Ergo; the class-action families of the remaining 20 must sue the trustees of Piggy’s Palace Good Times Society for triple damages in re wrongful death]. The controversial decision wasn't supported by all the victims' families, but Oppal said that Pickton was already serving the maximum sentence under Canadian law.
Jailing Pickton has so far cost $737,000, while victim support services cost the province $2.4 million. Another $6.6 million covered trial support and security operations by the courts.
While the DNA of 33 women were found on his farm, the man had boasted he actually killed 49 women. Oppal is now tasked with heading a public inquiry into the disappearance of women from Vancouver's Downtown Eastside, the rough neighbourhood from where Pickton lured his victims.
The inquiry, which has until Dec. 31, 2011 to submit a final report, will look into how and why so many women were allowed to be murdered before the serial killer was arrested.
The B.C. government will also pay the inquiry's bill. Read more: http://www.ctvnews.ca/serial-killer-robert-pickton-s-trial-cost-102-million-1.575485#ixzz2RnH0emXx”
“Jason McLean President and Chief Executive Officer The McLean Group of Companies
Jason McLean was appointed President and Chief Executive Officer of the McLean Group in 2010 following eight years of previous appointments as President and Chief Operating Officer, Executive Vice President, and Chief Legal Officer.
As President and Chief Executive Officer, he is senior officer of the McLean Group's operating and investment businesses which include Vancouver Film Studios, Pacific Backlot Services, Signal Systems, Erinmore Management, Blanca Realty, and Harbour Landing Construction. He is also Chairman of Blackcomb Aviation, a jet and helicopter charter, maintenance, and aircraft management company which is co-owned with John Morris. In addition to providing guidance and leadership to management teams, Jason coordinates the dialogue between ownership and management with corporate governance and strategic planning. Accordingly, Jason oversees all major transactions in each of the McLean Group's operating and investment businesses and is the first point of contact for new investments and financing.
Prior to joining the McLean Group, Jason worked as Special Assistant in the Office of the Prime Minister of Canada (2000-2002) leading advance teams to Africa, China, the United States, and Europe in preparation for NATO and APEC meetings, G8 summits, and other major trade and diplomatic consultations [Ergo, motive, opportunity and weapon for Rope a Boeing Dope in Global Guardian 9/11].
Jason McLean is a graduate of the University of British Columbia (LLB, 1999) and was called to the Bar of British Columbia in 2000 after articling with Stikeman Elliot in Vancouver. He is a certified member of the Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD.D) and a graduate of Harvard Business School’s Owner President Management Program, a rigorous executive education program for international business owners.
Jason gives his time to multiple boards and community organizations and in 2009 was the recipient of a Top 40 Under 40 Award from Business in Vancouver. He currently serves on the UBC Board of Governors and on the Dean’s Advisory Committee for the National Centre for Business Law, also at UBC. He is past board member and Finance Committee Chair for the Vancouver Police Board, the governing body responsible for providing civilian governance to the Vancouver Police Department. In 2010, Jason McLean was appointed Chair of the Vancouver Board of Trade, the youngest Chair in its 123 year history. This followed several years of chairing key board committees.”
“Cold Squad (1998–2005) TV Series - 60 min - Crime www.imdb.com/title/tt0138959/ Plot Summary for "Cold Squad" (1998) More at IMDbPro » Cold Squad is a one hour police crime-drama made in Vancouver about a team of Vancouver police officers in charge of investigating and solving cases that have been in the "cold" file for a while, which basically means the police gave up on them because there were no leads.”
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