by Brad Salzberg

Western News Watch 

April 3, 2022

At the time of the deaths of Barry and Honey Sherman  on December 15th, 2017, Mr. Sherman was in the process of being investigated by the Federal Government Lobbying Commission. 

At the centre of the investigations were events such as a Liberal party fundraiser Sherman hosted at his home in August, 2015. The guest of honour at the event was Justin Trudeau, at this time the Liberal candidate for prime minister.  

The legal issue was whether Barry Sherman had committed an illegal act based on a breach of the Lobbyists’ Code of Conduct. At the time of the deaths, Barry Sherman was the chairman of Apotex Corp, Canada’s largest pharmaceutical manufacturer. Apotex was an early player in Covid vaccine development.

According to Maclean’s magazine, Sherman responded to the investigation with a Federal Court challenge in an attempt to dispel the investigation before it had concluded. This situation was unprecedented– never before in Canada had a person gone to court to derail an active probe by the lobbying commissioner.

Over a four-year period since the murders, law authorities have yet to uncover even one quality lead. There has been no indication of potential suspects, or publicly announced motivation for the grisly double-murder. One can assume there never will be. The association of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau with this case is too close for comfort for a police investigation– let alone media– to deliver any form of concrete information on the killings.

All we are left with is conjecture. Within Canadian media, the Trudeau-Sherman connection has been underplayed to the point of non-existence. Yet, there had to be some serious stakes at play for a targeted hit of this nature to occur at the Sherman home.

Could an issue related to the candidacy of Justin Trudeau have been a motive for the murders? Is it possible that a guilty verdict against Sherman for breaching the Lobbyists’ Code of Conduct would have placed an irreparable black mark upon Justin Trudeau?

Maybe– and maybe not. After all, no scandal thus far has done so. From SNC Lavalin to the Aga Khan to WE Charity, Justin Trudeau escapes media scrutiny to the degree that he is able to win subsequent federal elections. Despite the sketchy circumstances — as well as lack of punitive measures– one point remains a reality:  because Barry Sherman is dead, Canadians will never the degree to which a guilty verdict would have impacted a re-election of Justin Trudeau.

Was career devastation for Trudeau a potential result, and therefore a possible motive for the murders? Neither investigators, nor media,  appear to be in a position to answer this question.  No thinking Canadian should expect this to change.

Toronto Police stated at that time that authorities would continue to investigate. Over four years from the date of the murders,  not a single piece of concrete evidence has come to light.

Is it fair to say nothing of the sort ever will?

Originally Published: January 31, 2022

on Western News Watch 

 

 

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Maybe klaus schwabs, well behaved student is being protected by the klaus mafia. When you are such a good little obedient student in a room full of poison and evil creatures like that, you know that they are going to be taken care of, because it’s so evil and corrupt that the older generation will never see anything happen to younger generations of evil, and I mean evil enough to murder, because that’s just what is happening with all of those poison shots that they are trying to get in every human being. Justin Trudeau is evil in every way that you look at him. The only thing Justin Trudeau don’t have that the devil as is the horns sticking out of his head. I do not trust any of them, not one politician or anyone who is being paid off by Justin Trudeau and you can be sure that there are quite a few.

  2. I would suggest that the death of Barry and Honey Sherman probably had more to do with the fact that the Shermans (the owners of Apotex) – a generic pharmaceutical manufacturer) had told Trudeau at one of the “political fund” raising events in 2015 or 2016 that his company had created a new generic brand of a drug that would be starting Trial testing in humans, that would act as an “anti-inflammatory” medication that could be used to prevent serious infections in humans from flu like viruses. The Shermans probably didn’t know about Trudeau’s involvement with the B.C. company, Acuitas Therapeutics, a company who subsequently made a deal with Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna for the lipid nanoparticle technology that was used to produce the respiratory pathogen simulation for the “vaccines” during the Covid-19 flu “pandemic”. Just an opinion and a thought.

    There appears to be no doubt that their deaths were clearly an “execution” and their bodies left visible to deter any other possible “johnny come lately” potential manufacturers of any competing pharmaceutical products.

  3. Yes Barry and Honey Sherman’s murders will never be found because they are not looking for them. Was it a hit from Soros’ to assist Trudeau staying in office, also they were working on Covid around the murders. Could it also happen to be they manufactured Hydrochroline, (sp) the cheap treatment for covid that they will not allow in Canada. Barry would have given it to the world on the cheap, of course they could not have that, as long as they keep it hidden they could then use the emergency to have their gene therapy shots to kill and maim people.