I've edited the 12th point on the list and added links to examples. I'll be adding examples with links as I find them to keep this post rolling.
CS (Causes and Necessity) Point 12c
12. Exempt the "murderers" (a.police, b.troops, c.government & d.corporate officials) of citizens from legal trial and punishment.
Here on ATS is a post about Ex-President George W. Bush's immunity. Apparently our Federal Government can get Bush off the hook in Canada.
This is the source link from Van Observer:
Here is the main points quoted from the article:
B.C. intervened to halt Bush torture case by David P. Ball Posted: Oct 26th, 2011
British Columbia's criminal justice branch – under the attorney general – intervened to shut down a torture case against the former U.S.
president (George W. Bush), even after a provincial court set a second hearing for January 9, 2012.
That day in court was cancelled after the CJB intervened, but the branch never in fact contacted the attorney general of Canada, MacKenzie confirmed,
but instead consulted with federal prosecutors.
“If George Bush were not the former president of the United States, this might have been looked at quite differently. These laws are on the books in
Canada to be able to prosecute people alleged to be involved in torture.”
MacKenzie acknowledged the Bush case is “an unusual matter,” but said the decision to shut down the prosecution was unrelated to merit of nearly
4,000 pages of evidence submitted, but rather based solely on the lack of attorney general consent – which he said is required for cases to proceed
for crimes committed outside Canada.
Now human rights groups demanding Bush's arrest for torture – including Amnesty International – are pondering their next steps, which might
include seeking censure of Canada at the United Nations for its “failure to comply with its obligations,” Eisenbrandt said. In any case, the
organizations plan to continue to pursuit of the former president, he said.