Canadian police and regulators have sanctioned racketeering
I thought that you and your free-thinking readers might like to examine some remarkable evidence which proves that Canadian police officers and regulators have failed to enforce laws enacted by the Canadian parliament which prohibit pyramid schemes . This takes the form of letter which was sent to Arlan Galbraith (the criminal-owner of 'Pigeon King International') by David Thornton in August 2007. http://crimebustersnow.org/html/pigeon_king.html
In brief, David Thornton informed Mr. Galbraith that he knew him to be running a pernicious pyramid scheme disguised as a 'business opportunity' which was destroying people's lives. David warned Mr. Galbraith that he would do everything in his power legally to expose him as a dangerous charlatan, and that he would not be intimidated into silence.
As you know, David Thornton is a courageous Canadian whistle-blower whose urgent concerns about 'MLM business opportunity' fraud have been ignored by the Canadian police and regulators for many years. Indeed, by standing up to, and trying to warn his fellow citizens about, Canadian crooks (like Arlan Galbraith and Alan Kippax), David Thornton has been doing the job of the Canadian police and regulators. I have previously described David Thornton as an unsung Canadian hero, being punished by cowards for acting in defence of his country.Consequently, it beggars belief that Mr. Galbraith was not arrested until December 2010 for running, and concealing, a serious fraud which he started in 2004 and which David Thornton had clearly uncovered in 2007. I would be very interested to know if there is any ongoing official investigation into why certain Canadian police officers and regulators turned a blind-eye to this obvious racket, eventually enabling Mr. Galbraith to cheat around 1000 persons in the USA and Canada out of an estimated $20 million.
Furthermore, in order to sustain his racket, Mr. Galbraith spread rumors that he would pursue private prosecutions (for 'defamation' ) against anyone challenging the authenticity of his'business opportunity'. Yet, RICO legislation also defines the intimidation of witnesses (including the filing of malicious lawsuits against them) as being part of an pattern of racketeering activity. The same legislation makes it a criminal offence for an attorney to file a malicious prosecution against witnesses to racketeering, on behalf of racketeers. I would also be very interested to know if there is any ongoing criminal investigation into the role played Mr. Galbraith's attorneys and accountants. Surely, they must have known that they were being paid with stolen money.