It’s okay to have your ex-husband murdered

2 Sep

Might as well start the blog off with a bang. Canada’s Supreme Court has effectively said that it’s okay for a woman to hire a hit man to kill her ex-husband.

Nicole Doucet is a woman who twice tried to hire a hit man to kill her ex-husband. It seems that dead he was worth over $1 million to her.

The 2nd hit man she tried to hire turned out to be an undercover Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP or “the Mounties”) officer. He and his team recorded the “contract” discussion on video tape. Doucet admitted to never having been abused, and that she wouldn’t mind if her ex-husband’s girlfriend got wacked too.

The Crown Attorney thought it had such an open and shut case that it didn’t even bother calling Doucet’s ex-husband as a witness. All Doucet had to do was allege that she was “afraid” of her ex-husband, and every court in the land immediately proclaimed her to be not guilty.

Not only did Doucet get off free as a bird, the Supreme Court also took a cheap shot at the RCMP and the Crown Attorney.

The message is clear: if you want to have your ex-husband killed, move to Canada. It’s a truly just society.

Just ask our Chief Justice.

5 Responses to “It’s okay to have your ex-husband murdered”

  1. WilderSoul September 4, 2013 at 10:09 am #

    That’s very not okay, to have your ex-husband murdered! What a terrible story! I am interested in what you have to say about child support after reading a little of what you have to say at Opinionated Man’s blog.

    • navigator1965 September 4, 2013 at 5:04 pm #


      Thanks for dropping by. Absolutely agree – it’s very not right indeed! Especially since I have an ex-wife, too. (Don’t think this constitutes a conflict of interest. 🙂

      On the topic of child support, I speak from both experience and the research of Canadian and US academics. I also have a military background that includes tactics, tactical analysis, concepts & doctrine, and working with defence scientists.

      Did you have a specific question or questions? My ordeal, and the related systems analysis, revealed a common causal basis for everything I was experiencing. It even explains the Nicole Doucet case, believe it or not, and many other things. I have one academic who has been supporting this thesis of mine, so I have some degree of confidence in it. It’s surprisingly easy to grasp, and it would form sort of a background to your specific questions.

      • WilderSoul September 4, 2013 at 5:29 pm #

        Is your thesis available to read?

  2. navigator1965 September 4, 2013 at 5:38 pm #

    It’s coming out in a two book set, first book hopefully out by XMAS. Written for a popular audience, and my test reader reviews were all positive, men and women, various backgrounds up to and including a Professor of English. If you’re interested, drop me an email at and give me a little of your background and interest so I can tailor a proper response. Thanks for the interest.

    • WilderSoul September 4, 2013 at 5:41 pm #

      I will email you now. 🙂 Thank you.

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