27 April 2005

Nothing Can Be Created Out Of Nothing

Quote for the day:

"The more laws the less justice."
Ancient Roman Lawyer, Statesman,Writer & Scholar
(106BC - 43 BC)

Good morning and what an incredible day it is!

Didn’t get too far into reading my emails today when this little goodie caught my eye. From my seat in the drama of life, this case is one I delight in and wish them every success in their battle!

National Press Release Media Release
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE New Westminster, B.C., April 22, 2005.

John Ruiz Dempsey (criminologist and forensic litigation specialist) filed a class action lawsuit on April 15th in the Supreme Court of British Columbia at New Westminster, B. C.

The complaint, which could be the biggest class action suit of all time filed on behalf of the People of Canada, alleges the financial system creates money out of “thin air.”

The “suit names Envision Credit Union ("Envision"), a credit union; Laurentian Bank of Canada ("Laurentian Bank"), Royal Bank of Canada ("Royal Bank"), Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce ("CIBC"), Bank of Montreal ("BOM"), TD Canada Trust ("Canada Trust") and Canadian Payment Association ("CPA") as civil conspirators.”

The lawsuit argues that financial institutions illegally charged interest on money that was loaned to borrowers, because the money was not linked to a tangible commodity such as gold or silver. Banks and credit unions did not actually have the capital that it gave as loans, and didn’t have the right to loan depositors’ money without obtaining consent. Furthermore, the lawsuit claims that money was counterfeited by digitally creating money that never existed.

John Ruiz Dempsey filed two other class action suits against the banks. The first one was filed by Dempsey on behalf of Ian Dennis Gravlin of Calgary, Alberta and Pavel Darmantchev of Kelowna, B.C. versus the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce.

A second Class Action suit was filed against MBNA CANADA BANK on behalf of Pavel Darmantchev of Kelowna, B.C., Ian Dennis Gravlin of Calgary, Alberta and Dena Alden of Vancouver, B.C.

The lawsuit is the first of its kind filed in Canada. According to The Abbotsford Times, John Ruiz Dempsey is not a lawyer and in 2004 the B.C. Court of Appeal ruled that he is a vexatious litigant.

Contact: John R. Dempsey or Lovey Cridge
E-Mail: mailto:%20classaction_cpa@hotmail.com


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