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Troubled Indo-Canadian Businessman Erwin Braich Sues Public Prosecution Service Of Canada And RCMP

Erwin Singh Braich, 56, a self-proclaimed philanthropist and billionaire, says damages may exceed $17 billion dollars.

NEW YORK – Troubled Indo-Canadian businessman Erwin Singh Braich, 56, a self-proclaimed philanthropist and billionaire, filed a lawsuit in Vancouver, B.C., against the Public Prosecution Service of Canada, Crown Counsel Gerry Sair, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and Constable Wendy Saint-Onge last Friday, according to a news posting on Yahoo news.

The lawsuit (No. S-127164, Vancouver Registry, Supreme Court of British Columbia) alleges misconduct, gross negligence and a pattern of not acting in good faith on the part of the Defendants.

Braich alleges that he was and is being kept from regular business and/or unfettered activities due to the threat of Warrants for his arrest. He further alleges that the same Warrant or duplicitous Warrants, which have not been legitimate, are likely keeping him from traveling to required destinations.

This is not the first time that Braich alleges that the process has been horribly abused by the Crown and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Both of these organizations settled out of court with Braich, in a different litigation, in Seattle in 2007 (Seattle’s Western District of Washington Court, Case no. CV7 00177CMP).

Braich says: “I am strongly suggesting that the integrity of our judicial system and due process afforded to Canadians is being literally destroyed by this pattern of activity against me.”

“I fully anticipate these and other related issues will be raised in Parliament in the next session of the sitting of the House of Commons .”

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