This site exposes how crooked corrupt and ex Calgary cops get to be employed by the Law Society of Alberta, and how easily they get away with committing further crooked, corrupt and criminal acts. Utilizing the crooked and corrupt lawyers they are tasked to investigate.

Specifically complaint CO20180961: Corrupt Investigator John Dooks.

Famous Astronomer Carl Sagan is the author of this famous quote, he used it many times, ”extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence” we have that.

2022 is not going to be a very good year for the office of the General Counsels at the Law Society of Alberta (the LSA).  The Law Society have known for a very long, long time, that their manager of investigations, one John Dooks (also an ex Calgary cop) is as corrupt as they come. And they also know that the evidence proving that, is as ugly as it is obvious. Because they have that evidence.

And that evidence is irrefutable and very damning evidence, detailing past, present & ongoing crooked, criminal and corrupt acts, and those acts are being covered up by their General Counsels office and beyond.

Good people know the difference between what’s right and what’s wrong, and they choose to do what’s good. Bad people also know the difference between what’s right and what’s wrong, but they choose to do what’s bad. The bad people that will be profiled on this website, are very, very, bad people.

This website would not be operational IF the Law Society upper echelons were not still engaged in their corrupt, crooked and criminal acts in furtherance of their ongoing attempts at their mother of all cover ups.

My name is John Ned Kelly. I’m 65 years old, and I’ve lived in Calgary Alberta since 1988. I’m a Para-Legal (since1992), a consultant, investigator, researcher and much more. Prior to my emigrating to Calgary, I served honorably and with distinction in the British Army, whilst in Calgary I served with the Canadian forces reserves.

Much more coming soon.  johnkelly475@yahoo.ca

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