December, 2022 marked five years since Toronto billionaires Barry and Honey Sherman were killed in their home, and their son — Jonathon Sherman — has announced he’s adding $25 million to the reward set up to help solve the case.”
Upping the total reward compensation to $35 million dollars. Frankly, the total could be $888 million, and chances would remain high that nothing will change in terms of discovery.
“Closure not possible until those responsible for this evil act are brought to justice,” claims Jonathan Sherman, son of deceased Canadian Big Pharma moguls, Barry and Honey Sherman.
A run of media articles marking the 5th year anniversary of the Sherman deaths emerged in late 2022. Not one of them references a critical piece of information: fundamental to the story is the relationship between Mr. Sherman, and the Liberal Party of Canada.
“At the time of the targeted murders, the RCMP were conducting a criminal investigation of Barry and Honey Sherman’s August 26, 2015 fundraiser for 2015 election candidate Justin Trudeau.”
“On December 13, 2017, on the day Barry and Honey Sherman were murdered, Justin Trudeau had the Lobbying Commissioner and the Conflict of Interest and Ethics Commissioner removed, and appointed new ones.”
A critical piece of information it is. Is it not suspect that our prime minister fired the head of the federal government lobbying commission on the same day the Shermans were murdered?
“A conviction for violating the Canada Elections Act Section 502(2) (h.01) meant Justin Trudeau would lose his seat in the House of Commons for accepting prohibited gift or other advantage.”
After five years, the quantity of leads and/or suspects in the Sherman murders totals zero. The Trudeau-Sherman connection stands as a piece of factual information related to the December, 2017 murders of the Pharma moguls. All the while, media hold back these details.
“Barry had been involved in dozens of heated lawsuits, including some against his own relatives. He had also loaned tens of millions of dollars to family and invested in numerous businesses owned by relatives and associates.”
One in particular involves a breach of the Lobbyist Registration Act, legislated within the federal Canada Elections Act:
“The Apotex lawsuit posed a serious threat to Justin Trudeau’s political career. If Apotex was successful the lawsuit would have provided compelling evidence that Justin Trudeau had violated the Canada Elections Act.”
- 477.9 (1) No candidate shall accept any gift or other advantage that might reasonably be seen to have been given to influence them in the performance of their duties and functions as a member of the House of Commons if the candidate were to be elected, during the period that
- (a) begins on the day on which they are deemed to have become a candidate.
Can it be that Barry Sherman was “dealt with” to preserve what by 2022 had transitioned to a Liberal neo-dictatorship? Were there forces at play who so wanted Trudeau to remain prime minister that a murder card was dealt from the bottom of Canada’s political deck?
An article of this nature has never appeared within Canadian media. Why? One reason being that the whole thing makes good sense.
Not to worry, Justin Trudeau. Nothing contained within will be exposed to the general Canadian population.
Why not give it a go? Send them the contents of this article. Our guess is that the impact will hover between zero and nothing. The CBC is a state-controlled media institution funded by Trudeau’s Liberal government. Perhaps it will tweak the interest of investigative journalists. Should anything hit the CBC editorial desk, it will be swatted away like a fly.
March 10th, 2023: “The Billionaire Murders: The hunt for the killers of Honey and Barry Sherman,” hosted by Kevin Donovan.
“Loosening lips: What Sherman friends and family might be trying to hide.”
An exercise in futility, in addition to a classic example of media obfuscation? It’s not what the family wish to hide– it’s what government–in addition to Big Pharma wish to hide.
More brilliance from a team of over one hundred investigative reporters:
“Large amount of cash found in Honey and Barry Sherman’s wallets ruled out a break-in.”
Thank the journalism gods for that one.
Jonathon Sherman, son:
“My parents deserved to enjoy the fruits of their labour, and spend their twilight years as any grandparent should, with their family. I continue to miss my parents more than I can describe, and I am forever haunted by what happened to them.”
The haunting shall continue indefinitely, if not forever. The burying of the truth regarding the dual assassination of Barry & Honey Sherman continues.