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April 10, 2000

Office of the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of BC

Law Courts

800 Smithe St.

Vancouver, B.C.

 

Attention: Ms. C. Sainty, Law Officer

 

Re:  Compliant and Request for Suspension of Master J. Baker

 

Dear Madam:

 

Thank you for our telephone conversation last week.  As I mentioned, I am approaching you as advocate with the PCAC (Parent Child Advocacy Coalition) in Prince George, B.C.  Darrin Bruce White was a member of our group and came to us for peer mentoring prior to his unfortunate tragedy in March and after his appearance in front of Master Baker on February 21st, 2000 in Prince George, B.C. 

 

Our membership believes that Master Baker’s actions in this appearance and in others was not proper and contributed to Mr. White’s death.  As well, the Barrister for the Plaintiff, Darren W. Lindsay, in our opinion, undertook actions that were not consistent with membership in the Law Society of British Columbia, which also contributed to Mr. White’s death.  Lastly, we regard it as improper that the Law Society of BC and your own organization via Judge L. McKenzie make public statements on the tragedy while the matter is under consideration by the Coroner’s Office. 

 

Mr. White can no longer speak for himself; it is very easy for powerful public organizations to blame him rather than themselves for this failure.  Our organization faces an incredible asymmetry in information and in resources in bringing justice to this matter; nevertheless in spite of our scepticism we would like to initiate the process of investigation.  It would be very easy for your office to frustrate our complain with demand for excessive detail and process; therefore could we have response with respect to the following:

 

1.  the standards of judicial ethics that Master Baker will be measured against.

2.  the resources available to our Society in supporting this claim.

3.  the process of laying a compliant and recourse for remedy should your  findings not provide a remedy.

 

Thank you.

 Todd Eckbert, President 

 Peter Ostrowski, 

Advocate, on behalf of the membership of the PCAC Society

 

cc. Honourable Andrew Petter, Attorney General

      P.O. Box 9044 STN PROV GOVT

      Victoria, B.C.  V8V 1X4

 

 

 

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