Jan 142013

Ron Gray delves into the possible (probable?) motives of why the Supreme Court of Canada went out of its way to defame Kari Simpson and deny her right to a re-trial after changing the law in their decision in order to rule against her. Presented in this episode is more archival proof of why the judicial system has felt threatened by Simpson's long and public opposition of judicial corruption.

  One Response to “Drive For Justice 27: Logic and Liberty Die at the Supreme Court of Canada”

  1. There is no question that there are serious issues with judges being less than objective in any case where a litigant has ever criticized the judiciary. I have, for many years, criticized the courts for their handling of family law and especially the routine injustice dished out to divorced fathers. I went so far as to suggest that the militant feminist anti-father influence was a form of corruption.

    I believe this is a major reason the judge erroneously dismissed my Defamation suit against the Status of Women Canada and the Canadian government. It is the reason that alteration of the trial transcript tapes was hidden and ignored. It is the reason the judge used technicalities to squash the appeal. It is probably the reason my lawyer quit in the middle of the appeal, and left me holding the bag alone.

    Kari is correct, the entire system is rotten to the core.

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