If you can accept that the Alberta Court of Appeal decision states:
Birch "... did not have the funds available to pay that interest, ..."
with the evidence we submitted that states:
[Doug Rowe to Brookfield] "I noted that ComputerShare
had the cheque and
we had the funds set aside
to make the payments. ... .”
then you can probably accept that 2 + 2 = 5.
If you can't accept the obvious contradiction error and bias and losing a $1.6 billion dollar asset, then get your pens ready and give us an hour of your time and show solidarity.
We have complained to the Appeal Panel to release the transcripts and were shut out.
We complained to the Canadian Judicial Council to release the transcripts based on bias, errors, and misconduct by the Appeal Panel and were shut out.
We have sent a complaint to the Supreme Court of Canada, Chief Justice Beverly McLachlin.
We need to add your voices to the uproar.
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