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Tomasz Winnicki
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Default Marc Lemire’s Constitutional Challenge of Internet Censorship & Repression Continues.

Marc Lemire’s Constitutional Challenge
of Internet Censorship and Repression Continues
June 25-27, 2007 – Oakville
Holiday Inn Select Hotel & Suites Oakville
Majestic Ballroom
2525 Wyecroft Rd.
Oakville, Ontario

The Canadian Human Rights Commission (CHRC) are attempting to have a fine issued and a LIFETIME speech ban placed on Internet webmaster Marc Lemire for content placed onto his website – The Freedomsite. The CHRC and Richard Warman allege a violation of Section 13 of the Canadian Human Rights Act, Canada’s notorious internet censorship legislation, which has so far ensnared 100 victims and raked in close to $100,000 in fines.

This is a classic freedom of speech case, as none of the complained of material, is a single word that Mr. Lemire has said or written, but rather mostly revolves around a public Internet message board, hosted on the Freedomsite, where any internet user could debate and join virtual conversations on a variety of topics.

As part of Marc Lemire’s vigorous defence to these allegations, he has launched a Constitutional challenge of the Canadian Human Rights Act, specifically Section 13 and 54.

The Canadian Human Rights Commission have now been put on trial!

There has already been over a month and a half of hearings into this case, spanning 22 hearing days across three cities and included history making testimony from numerous world-renowned expert witnesses called by the defence. The Lemire Defence Team is headed up by courageous Section 13 expert and lawyer, Barbara Kulaszka who, with amazingly in-depth research spanning over 20 years, has thoroughly exposed this law to be politically motivated and a clear violation of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and the Canadian Bill of Rights.

At the beginning of the hearing, Barbara Kulaszka successfully argued and received from the Tribunal, three subpoenas against employees of the Canadian Human Rights Commission. This is the first time in a Section 13 case that a subpoena has ever been issued. The CHRC is in complete disarray over the Constitutional Challenge. It appears the complainant, Richard Warman has largely abandoned the case (Warman left in the middle of the second week of hearings, and has never returned). The CHRC’s counsel has claimed he has no “mental serenity” and apparently withdrawn from the case. The CHRC has now hired outside legal counsel to represent them, which will cost taxpayers a small fortune.

On the first day of the Marc Lemire hearing, those seeking to uphold Internet censorship basically laughed at the defence team. After 22 hearing days, nine witnesses, dozens of Section 37 invocations, four exposed infiltrators, numerous motions won and over 2,000 pages of documents submitted by the defence - they are NOT laughing any longer!

June 25-27, 2007: Examination of Harvey Goldberg.
From the Policy and Planning branch, the main force behind Internet censorship and Section 13. This is the main CHRC witness subpoenaed by Marc Lemire

Possible Schedule:

Monday June 25
Doug Christie Examination of Harvey Goldberg
Barbara Kulaszka examination of Harvey Goldberg

Tuesday June 26
Morning: Barbara Kulaszka examination of Goldberg
Afternoon: Arguments over various motions and procedural issues

Wednesday June 27
Barbara Kulaszka examination of Harvey Goldberg
Paul Fromm examination of Harvey Goldberg
Re-examination of Harvey Goldberg by CHRC’s counsel

Hearing times and locations

June 25-27, 2007

Holiday Inn Select Hotel & Suites Oakville
Majestic Ballroom
2525 Wyecroft Rd.
Oakville, Ontario
Take QEW. Get off at Bronte Road, go south 1 block, turn left onto Wyecroft Road

*** All hearings are OPEN to the public ***
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