Justice with John Carpay

S02E36 The Manitoba Lockdown Decision

October 25, 2021 The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms Season 2 Episode 36
Justice with John Carpay
S02E36 The Manitoba Lockdown Decision
Show Notes

Allison Pejovic, lead lawyer on the Manitoba lockdown case, joins Kevin to discuss the October 21 decision in favour of the government and its lockdowns. She goes over the evidence, speaks about her experiences during the trial, and raises points that could provide grounds for appeal.

Justice Centre News Release, Oct 21, 2021: Manitoba Chief Justice rules Public Health Officials shouldn’t be “second guessed”
Direct link to the decision under discussion in the podcast PDF

UPDATE: All court documents for the Manitoba case (affidavits, replies, cross-exam summaries), now posted here

Justice Centre Video, Oct 22, 2021: Canada’s Freedom Fighters: Canadians Resisting Unconstitutional Lockdowns
Direct link on Rumble

CBC, Dec 8, 2020: Manitoba extends COVID-19 restrictions through holidays, but exempts drive-in events and more

Thomas Sutton on Youtube, Oct 30, 2020: Dr. Tony Fauci - PCR cycles (35 cycles)

Principia Scientific, Dec 17, 2020: WHO Finally Admits COVID19 PCR Test Has A ‘Problem’

FDA, Jan 4, 2021: Risk of False Results with the Curative SARS-Cov-2 Test for COVID-19

WHO, Apr 16, 2020: International Guidelines For Certification and Classification (Coding) of COVID-19 as Cause of Death PDF

AHRP, Jan 28, 2021: German Court in Weimar Declares Lockdown Unconstitutional

Agence France-Presse via Courthouse News, Nov 9, 2020: Court Tears Up Mask Rule in Germany’s Dusseldorf

The Portugal News, Nov 27, 2020: Covid PCR test reliability doubtful – Portugal judges

Medic Debate, Apr 2, 2021: Austrian court overturns judgment: PCR test not suitable for diagnosis

Washington Free Beacon, Jun 4, 2021: Newsom Hit With Major Settlement Over COVID Lockdowns on Churches

Daily Mail, Nov 26, 2020: Supreme Court rules in favor of Christian and Jewish groups who challenged New York's COVID restrictions on religious gatherings, as new Justice Amy Coney Barrett joins 5-4 majority in her first public vote

Theme Music "Carpay Diem" by Dave Stevens

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