November 4, 2015
5249 Laurel Street
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SECOND OPEN LETTER TO THE CHIEF JUSTICE – Registered mail
The Honourable Christopher E. Hinkson,
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of British Columbia.
800 Smithe Street
Vancouver BC V6Z 2E1
Dear Chief Justice,
UNUSUAL BUSINES PRACTICE
I am a victim of potentially fatal hit and run crime committed under the liability of ICBC, on May 31, 2009.
Therefore, my offender was NOT charged with criminal offence; even though, he was identified on the next day. After searching the
frequency of hit and run crimes, I discovered that ICBC assumes the liability of 49,000 hit and run crimes that kill 8, injure and
maim 2,200 innocent citizens of British Columbia, every year. (ICBC quick statistics). Furthermore, ICBC, forces the Public to pay
(estimated half a billion dollars) for the damages done by the hit and run criminals, by the way of selling compulsary insurance service.
For a reasonable person, selling insurance service, under the threat of restricting the peoples’ RIGHT to use their vehicles, cannot
be associated with the the LAW and JUSTICE; sales contracts - under threat - have NO legal merits.
2. HIT AND RUN IS A
Hit and run is a CRIMINAL OFFENCE under the section 252, Criminal Code of Canada. Therefore, it is impossible to justify
the legitimacy of providing insurance benefits for hit and run criminals under the name of “accident insurance”, where criminal
offenders are identified.
3. DUTY OF VICTIMS OF CRIME
The victims of crime MUST take their offenders to COURT; otherwise, it is
impossible to prevent crime. Therefore, it is my DUTY to bring my offender to JUSTICE. In order to discharge my DUTY, I have struggled
to file a legal action against my offender-in-law, ICBC, for over six years. Nevertheles, the members of the Law Society and the Judiciaryobstructed my access to the Court Services.