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John Summers: Ottawa Lawyer unjustly kept disabled woman captive with her abuser



Why would anyone deny a disabled traumatized person access to visitors when they have requested to see them? This was the case of Dezrin Carby-Samuels, an elderly disabled black woman who has been held captive by her abusive husband, unable to receive the help that she needed.

Physically challenged people are entitled to fair treatment in our society without the fear of discrimination, according to the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. However, Peter Tremblay in his book titled John Summers: The Untold Story of Corruption, Systemic Racism and Evil at Bell Baker LLP, uncovers untold stories of a corrupt system that empowered a husband to pepetuate abuse against an elderly physically challenged black woman in collaboration with an Ottawa lawyer, John Summers.

Through deception and lies Bell Baker LLP's John Summers denied Dezrin visitation access and his actions has not resulted in her premature death.

During a court hearing in Ottawa on 24 March 2017, presiding judge, Justice C. MacLeod stated that an ‘independent verification’ be carried out to ensure that Dezrin was not being held captive.

“I think it would be in everyone's best interest for there to be independent verification that she's not being held prisoner,” said Justice MacLeod, according to a report.

Despite this court direction, Summers failed to enable the independent verification.  There are now several petitions against Summers and Bell Baker LLP to free Dezrin from the hands of her abuser.

There is a deep rot in the Canadian legal system and corrupt lawyer  and his co-conspirators appear to be exploiting it, as revealed in Peter Tremblay’s book.

Certain fascist and corrupt groups are fighting to suppress justice, showing utter disregard for civil and constitutional rights of the people involved.

It’s just quite disheartening that a lawyer would appear to choose to trade his conscience and humanity for financial gains and unfortunately, the Canadian legal system appears to be too flawed to act rightly.


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