Wednesday, July 02, 2008

Ian Mulgrew offers some advice to the BCHRT

In a stinging indictment, the Vancouver Sun's Ian Mulgrew, offers the BC "Human Rights" Tribunal some very sage advice.

The only part I don't agree with is this paragraph in the middle:

In Ontario, the human rights commission refused to hear this complaint as well, but in that case, the agency also sneered at Steyn's work. (His just desserts, I say; that's what free speech is all about.) But at least the Ontario tribunal made the right call.

Without hearing a word of testimony, Barbara Hall and her star chamber cronies, essentially convicted Mark Steyn and Maclean's anyhow. What kind of real court would ever say, "We can't hear your case but we know you're guilty ..." ???

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