Justice with John Carpay

S03E03 A Presumption of Guilt

January 17, 2022 The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms Season 3 Episode 3
Justice with John Carpay
S03E03 A Presumption of Guilt
Show Notes

John gives a thorough going-over of Alberta legislation that abolishes a foundational legal principle of the free society: the presumption of innocence. Though this new law deals with traffic violations and seems inconsequential, the implications are enormous. It's a very dangerous move down the slippery slope, on a slide towards tyranny.

CTV News, Jan 12, 2022: Quebec wants to tax the unvaccinated, but experts say it could backfire

Bloomberg, Jan 14, 2022: Trudeau Plays Dangerous Game Demanding U.S. Truckers Have Shots

Daily Mail, Jan 12, 2022: Unvaccinated Canadian parents and their four-year-old son with leukemia are being evicted from a Ronald McDonald house because they've not had COVID shot

Alex Berenson's Substack Unreported Truths, Jan 15, 2022: The government of Alberta says you are not allowed to see dis information

Alberta Queen's Printer: The (Alberta) Provincial Administrative Penalties Act (PDF)

Bill Kaufman in the Fort Saskatchewan Record, Jan 14, 2022: Charter challenges against impending traffic ticket system possible: lawyers

Licia Corbella in the Calgary Sun,  Jan 15, 2022: Kenney chooses pragmatism over principle with new traffic court law

CPAC on Youtube, Jan 13, 2022: Alberta update on COVID-19 – January 13, 2022

CanLII, Jul 8, 2016: Trial R. v. Jordan, 2016 SCC 27 [2016] 1 SCR 631

Toronto Sun Editorial, Jul 31, 2021: Huge public debt risks Canada's future

Courthouse Libraries BC, Dec 31, 2022: Charter Section 11(b) - Constitutional Remedy for Traffic Violations

Theme Music "Carpay Diem" by Dave Stevens

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