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Capilano Honey CEO fails to sign affidavit declaring their honey is safe

Capilano Honey CEO Ben McKee has failed to sign an affidavit declaring that the honey Capilano sells under its numerous brands is safe in an application by me to have Capilano’s defamation case against me summarily dismissed. Instead Capilano and Mr McKee have relied on an affidavit from their lawyer Richard Keegan, who has a […]

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Justice Lucy McCallum the judge helping Capilano dump their cheap Chinese Honey on Australian consumers

Justice Lucy McCallum has been aiding and abetting Capilano Honey for the last 2 years, via their malicious lawsuits against journalists, in dumping their imported Chinese honey on Australian consumers which is putting Australian beekeepers out of business. Justice McCallum is well-known for taking bribes especially off Kerry Stokes and his company Seven West Media. […]

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Capilano Honey CEO Ben McKee caught on video talking about sex with a staff member to opposing party

Below is the video that Capilano Honey, Ben McKee and their lawyers are desperately trying to have destroyed to help them win a defamation case against me (Shane Dowling). In the video Ben McKee talks about sex with a staff member to Simon Mulvany, who is an opposing party to Capilano and Ben McKee in […]

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Capilano Honey tried to have recorded evidence of their misogynistic CEO destroyed before court case

The Kerry Stokes controlled Capilano Honey has tried to have an incriminating tape destroyed for a court case against Kangaroo Court of Australia publisher Shane Dowling. The attempt to have the evidence destroyed shows up in clause 6 that is named “Dowling material and destruction of recording” in a draft Deed of Release that lawyers […]

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Capilano Honey calls for ban on pesticides to stop poisoning bees and honey

Capilano Honey published a statement on their website on the 9th of November 2016 calling for the Australian Government to ban pesticides which are poisoning their bees and honey. It’s not everyday a food manufacturer in effect admits that the food they are selling is being poisoned. Capilano Honey were under pressure from an online […]

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Choice magazine caught in cash for comment scandal

Consumer advocates Choice have published a scandalously corrupt and biased article in support of Capilano Honey right at a time when Capilano have been under fire for selling poisonous and toxic honey. At the same time Australian broadcaster SBS have published a well-researched and investigated article that proves that there is poisonous and toxic food […]

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Capilano Honey flag possible recall of honey because of Health and Safety fears

Capilano Honey CEO Ben McKee discussed the possibility of Capilano Honey being recalled from retailers in a telephone conversation with Simon Mulvany on the 4/10/16 because of the health and safety fears that many people, including this website, have raised. Below is a smoking gun government report that shows the health and safety fears of toxic […]

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Capilano take out super-injunction to silence a 2nd journalist re: poisonous and toxic honey

Last Friday Capilano Honey and their CEO Ben McKee instituted injurious falsehood and defamation proceedings against myself and this website at a secret hearing in the NSW Supreme Court. They were also granted a super-injunction and I am not allowed to tell anyone about the court case. The court has also ordered me (7/10/16) to […]

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Sex tape featuring Capilano Honey CEO Ben McKee covered up by Directors

There is a sex tape featuring Capilano Honey CEO Ben McKee talking about having anal sex with a female staff member at Capilano Honey. As you can see by the first email below I put questions about the matter to the directors of Capilano Honey and they have so far refused to respond even though […]

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