We do it for Love

"Mr. Balena advised that the legal fees being claimed are in the amount of $3,864,600.00, plus disbursements of $275,000.00 for a total of $4,139,600.00. "


Canada, a Climate of Corruption

http://finalwakeupcall.info/en/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/2015/08/Police-state.jpg Excerpt follows // No emphasis added // http://decisions.fct-cf.gc.ca/fc-cf/decisions/en/item/212832/index.do#_Toc465943666 X (Re) Court (s) Database Federal Court Decisions Date 2016-10-04 Neutral citation 2016 FC 1105 File numbers DES-0-00   (1)        Changes Sought to the Warrant Templates (a)        A New Condition for XXXXX X XXXX XXXXX XXXXX XXXXX XXXXXXXX for the XXXXX XXXXX XXXXX Warrant, and XXXXX... Continue Reading →

Reversal of man’s firing for sexual harassment sends key message

"Among the allegations, Kelly was accused of grabbing a co-worker’s backside several times during a staff party and grabbing the backside of a co-worker’s girlfriend. He was also seen by female staff in his underwear while undressing in his office."

Canadian judge to rape accuser: ‘Why couldn’t you just keep your knees together?’ | World news | The Guardian

A Canadian federal judge is facing possible removal for asking the accuser in a 2014 rape trial: “Why couldn’t you just keep your knees together?”The Canadian Judicial Council (CJC) is determining the fate of justice Robin Camp, 64, who apologized on Friday for his questioning of the 19-year-old woman.Camp, who was born in South Africa... Continue Reading →

Social costs generated by legalization of hard drugs?

“How does a thoughtful libertarian address the potential issue of high social costs generated by legalization of hard drugs?” “Update: I see from the initial answers that many of you believe the social costs of hard drug use do not significant exceed the alternative costs when drugs remain illegal. Theoretically then, consider if it was... Continue Reading →

Mr Big Operations, still preying on dumb-asses

"Mr. Big confessions are also invariably accompanied by evidence that shows the accused willingly participated in “simulated crime” and was eager to join a criminal organization. This evidence sullies the accused’s character and, in doing so, carries with it the risk of prejudice."

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