Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Just posted @ themorrisseauhoaxexposedblog.com

Ritchie Sinclair: The Making of a Diabolical Art Terrorist

Illustration by Spirit Walker


The following copyrighted section is an excerpt taken from, “theMorrisseauHoaxExposedBlog.com,” and used with permission from the author John Goldi.

The End of a “Starving” Artist – the Birth of an ART TERRORIST
If you can’t dazzle them with brilliance, baffle them with bullshit. WC Fields
“Some things are just meant to be… So I believe the reason I met Norval was because I was meant to. Not because of his greatness but because of our mutual greatness…” (Ritchie Sinclair CIUT FM radio interview with David Peterson, Sep. 28, 2008)
“I was introduced to Ritchie Sinclair, by Christian Morrisseau, the son of Norval Morrisseau… and was later informed by Christian that he was the self proclaimed protégé and former short-term boyfriend of his father.” (Donna Child, Director of Artworld Gallery, on first meeting Sinclair at the Aboriginal Achievement Awards in March 2008)
"He (Norval) wanted a lover… he made a request of me that he wanted male companionship. And so I went out and I looked for male companionship for him and met Mr. Ritchie Sinclair… on the streets of Toronto.” (Wolf Morrisseau (Norval’s brother) to Judge Martial, Court Trans/Hatfield v Artworld: Feb 24, 2012 p114)
“I may suggest to you that the trial judge (ed: Deputy Judge Paul J Martial) could have easily condemned Mr. Sinclair as a liar, and chose not to… And I put it to you, as to your shaking your head that you’ve read this part of the evidence. It was crystal clear in my submission that Mr. Sinclair was caught in a lie.”
(Trial & Appeal Winning Defence Lawyer Brian Shiller, during the Appeal before The Hon Madam Justice Mary Anne Sanderson, Ontario Superior Court, from personal notes: taken Dec. 6, 2013)
“The trial judge was entitled to reject the evidence of Sinclair and to conclude it was unsupported and unreliable. Sinclair could produce no documentary evidence to support his assertion that a well organized forgery ring painted the works auctioned by Khan auctions.” (item 18, Ontario Superior Court 2013 ONSC 7801 Divisional Court File no. 209/13, the Judgment by the Hon Madam Justice Mary Anne Sanderson, Dec 17, 2013)

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(Excerpt from Article by John Goldi, copyright 2014)

Source: theMorrisseauHoaxExposedBlog.com


1. (Informal) dreadful, shocking, terrible, appalling, nasty, tricky, unpleasant, outrageous, vile, excruciating, atrocious, abysmal, damnable the diabolical treatment of their prisoners
2. wicked, cruel, savage, monstrous, malicious, satanic, from hell (informal), malignant, unspeakable, inhuman, implacable, malevolent, hellish, devilish, infernal, fiendish, ungodly, black-hearted, demoniac, hellacious (U.S. slang) sins committed in a spirit of diabolical enjoyment

Collins Thesaurus of the English Language – Complete and Unabridged 2nd Edition. 2002 © HarperCollins Publishers 1995, 2002

- Five Years of Onslaught on Norval Morrisseau Legacy by Ritchie Sinclair a.k.a. Stardreamer , - Continuous malicious behaviour of Mr. Ritchie Sinclair towards the Legacy of Norval Morrisseau (Part I),  - CTV News provides platform to Mr. Ritchie Sinclair for his continuous malicious behaviour towards the Legacy of Norval Morrisseau (Part II), - Disrespectful behaviour of KRG and Stardreamer towards Anishinaabe painter Don Ningewance, & - Ugo Matulic wins $1,000,000 SLAPP suit against Kinsman Robinson Galleries (Part I).



Zhaawano Giizhik said...

This leaves the one person who has for many years and wholeheartedly defended Norval Morrisseau's great legacy - and each of us who understand the essence of his work - with the following question: how about having penalties for the sins of greed and arrogance? Never give up my friend, one day evil doings come home to roost and the truth and common sense will prevail in the end. In the spirit of Miskwaabik Animikii.

Spirit Walker said...

》Miigwetch Zhaawano,

Your words mean a lot. The importance of Norval Morrisseau's art and depth of his art's message is going to will be felt for generations. 

I cannot possibly express how much his art affected me, but one thing is for sure - my life has forever changed from the moment I listened the stories he could only describe, not by words but by the colours and images... 

His art will forever resonate in the hearth of Humanity.

Cheers to all!