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Saturday, November 9, 2013

The Curse of the Irish and the coming Disfigurement or Death of Canadian Federal Court Judge Catherine Kane

Catherine Kane - Under an Irish Curse  
On November 4, 2013, Justice Catherine Kane of Canada's Federal Court gave rendered a false and unjust judgment in a case involving allegations of improper conduct by Supreme  Court of Canada Registrar, Roger Bilodeau. 

According to the Brehon Laws of Ireland that continue to apply Irish descended women, like Catherine Kane, a divine power keeps watch over their pronouncements to punish them for unjust judgements :

According to Irish history sources: 

Carolyn Layden-Stevenson DEAD
"When the brehons (Irish Judges) deviated from the truth, there appeared blotches upon their cheeks" .... and often death would follow.

This was the fate suffered by Federal Court of Appeal Justice Carolyn Layden-Stevenson, another Irish descended woman, who died June 27, 2012 after giving a false and unjust judgement on February 8, 2012.   

In the Editors opinion, Justice Catherine Kane delivered a false judgment in order to protect a group of Freemason criminals operating inside the Canadian court system including Supreme
Court of Canada Registrar, Roger Bilodeau.

Readers should keep their eyes on Justice Catherine Kane for the physiological disfigurement or possible sudden death that will necessarily arise from her "deviation from the truth" and her giving a false judgment. 

This is the law of cause and effect.  This law cannot be avoided.  

In a related case another Irish descended judge, British Columbia Provincial Court Judge John Lenaghan, delivered a false and unjust  judgement on November 5, 2013 and the readers can expect that Judge John Lenaghan will also soon suffer the same "curse of the Irish" and will soon display physical disfigurement or sudden death.

Editors Note:  We request that anyone who has a photo of Judge John Lenaghan to please send us a copy at 

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