Had "Willie" Pickton, convicted serial killer, been a medical doctor, instead of a pig farmer, we might never have heard of him and he might still be in business, thanks to the Canadian Medical Protective Association (CMPA) which has been subverting justice in Canada since it was established in 1901. In any case, we cannot be too certain about the justice "Willie" the pig farmer did receive. He probably was guilty. But miscarriages of justice are quite common here in Canada. We will never know how common they are here in the land of cozy arrangements between friends who are in the know, where matters are handled discreetly and vested interests are protected from the rabble — which, itself, is not protected very well. "Willie's" victims disappeared for years before Vancouver's cops finally woke up and started looking into their "disappearances". His victims weren't doctors, or lawyers, or other important people after all.