The Spy Who Shagged My Internet Connection

The human rights hearing that is the subject of this index page concerns the case of Richard Warman v. Marc Lemire over some alleged “hateful” postings on Mr. Lemire’s discussion board, Stormfront.org.  Mr. Warman filed an official complaint with the Canadian Human Rights Commission over the content of some of the postings on Mr. Lemire’s board which eventually led to a long and protracted case before the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal.

This particular hearing concerned the operating tactics of two CHRC investigators, Dean Stacey, the lead investigator at the CHRC, and his associate at the Star Chamber, Ms. Hannya Rizk. The Commission lawyers had invoked S. 37 of the Canada Evidence Act in order to avoid answering some embarrassing questions posed in a previous hearing nearly one year before.  The CHRC threatened to remove themselves from the hearing if the tribunal judge in the case did not ban the public from the hearing. Marc Lemire, the respondent in the case, then went to a real court and effectively forced the Commission to drop their bogus objections.

The reports below (complete with audio clips of the hearing) detail the outrageous and illegal operating tactics of the CHRC which were divulged during the March 25, 2008 hearing in Ottawa at the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal.

INDEX PAGE

1. Canadian Human Rights Circus
2. The Spy Who Shaggged My Internet Connection
3. CHRC’s Onion Begins to Unravel
4. A Ticket To Ride
5. Smackdown on Commission Lawyer
6. “I didn’t make any effort”
7. Master Jade Warrior Takes the Stand
8. The Double-Sided Fax
9. Tribunal Judge Can’t Take It Anymore: Catches Deano Contradicting Himself
10. “You must be thinking of something else…”
11. The Canadian Inquisition and Section 13
12. CHRC Can’t Make Up Its Mind about Police Exemptions for Hate Messages
13. Master Warrior Miraculously Receives Sight Just In Time To Setup Jadewarr Account On Stormfront
14. “Star Bucks”: Money for Nothing
15. Oldensrevenge
16. Laughs All Around
17. Jadewarr — spread it around
18. STAR – Busted
19. Commission laptops not wireless-enabled
20. Star Chamber Gig is Up
21. The Fat Lady is Beginning to Sing
22. Star Me Up – Tab 17
23. Fight for Freedom or Live Like Slaves

24. The Blogosphere Cross-Examination {MUST READ}

25. Potential for Complaint (I refuse to answer)
26. “One Small Problem With That, Ms. Blight”

27. The Big Switch {MUST READ}

28. Procedural Fraud
29. Let’s Make A Deal
30. Jadewarr’s “rather striking and odd testimony”
31.An Informal Arrangement with our Spy Agency
32.Warrants? Who Needs Warrants?
33. Another Day At The “Truth is No Defense” Office

34. CHRC gets a Free Pass from the RCMP

35. Privacy Commission Whitewashes Case Against CHRC

36. CHRT Throws S.13 Under the Bus

37. Blogosphere Pressure Sacks The Star Chamber

37 thoughts on “The Spy Who Shagged My Internet Connection

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  4. Pingback: SoCon Or Bust » Blog Archive » CHRC’s onion begins to unravel

  5. Pingback: SoCon Or Bust » Blog Archive » A Ticket to Ride

  6. Pingback: SoCon Or Bust » Blog Archive » Smackdown on the Commission’s Lawyer

  7. Pingback: SoCon Or Bust » Blog Archive » “I didn’t make any effort…”

  8. Pingback: SoCon Or Bust » Blog Archive » Master Jade Warrior Takes The Stand

  9. Pingback: SoCon Or Bust » Blog Archive » The Double-Sided Fax

  10. Pingback: SoCon Or Bust » Blog Archive » Tribunal Judge Can’t Take It Anymore: Catches Deano Contradicting Himself

  11. Pingback: SoCon Or Bust » Blog Archive » “You must be thinking of something else…”

  12. Pingback: SoCon Or Bust » Blog Archive » CHRC Can’t Make Up Its Mind about Police Exemptions for Hate Messages

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  14. Pingback: SoCon Or Bust » Blog Archive » “Star Bucks”: Money for Nothing

  15. Pingback: SoCon Or Bust » Blog Archive » Oldensrevenge

  16. Pingback: SoCon Or Bust » Blog Archive » Laughs All Around

  17. Pingback: SoCon Or Bust » Blog Archive » Jadewarr - Spread it Around

  18. Pingback: SoCon Or Bust » Blog Archive » STAR-Busted

  19. Pingback: SoCon Or Bust » Blog Archive » “Commission Laptops Not Wireless Enabled”

  20. Pingback: SoCon Or Bust » Blog Archive » Star Chamber Gig is Up

  21. Pingback: SoCon Or Bust » Blog Archive » The Fat Lady Is Beginning To Sing

  22. Pingback: SoCon Or Bust » Blog Archive » Tab 17 - “Star” Me Up

  23. Pingback: SoCon Or Bust » Blog Archive » Fight for Freedom or Live Like Slaves

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  25. Pingback: SoCon Or Bust » Blog Archive » “The Potential for Complaint”

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  30. Pingback: SoCon Or Bust » Blog Archive » Procedural Fraud

  31. Pingback: SoCon Or Bust » Blog Archive » Let’s Make A Deal

  32. Pingback: SoCon Or Bust » Blog Archive » Jadewarr’s “rather striking and odd testimony”

  33. Pingback: SoCon Or Bust » Blog Archive » An Informal Arrangement With Our Spy Agency

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