Sometimes it takes a while to see some of the legislative fallout from a psyOp (ie. the solution portion of the manufactured problem/reaction/solution). This is an old one that’s been covered here over the years.
I’m not completely sure what the ramifications are going to be for future crime hoaxes, other than perhaps easier insurance payouts for future sims.
Laura Babcock’s family has finally received her death certificate — and it was personally delivered by the premier. Doug Ford visited the family to give them the murdered Toronto woman’s death certificate last month, said Ivana Yelich, spokesperson for the premier’s office. Thus ends a months-long saga in which the Babcock family was attempting to get the province to officially register her as deceased.
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Yelich told CBC News in an email that the new regulations stipulate a declaration of death from a judge and a statement of death would be enough proof to register a person as dead, as long as “the courts have determined that the individual disappeared in circumstances of peril, is presumed to have died and there are no physical remains.”