Court today…..the political prosecution continues!!!!!

31 Oct

Today Oct. 31st. the crown decided to continue to proceed with my charges by inditement for allegedly breaking the publication ban on the g20 undercover dirty ops, by writing about my experience with the infiltration despite widespread opposition and the blatent way in which the courts are being used to criminalize political dissent.

The day began with the police refusing to let us bring a red flag in the building because flags, as political symbols are not allowed in the courthouse. Ironically they were handing out poppies in the court, a symbol of glorification of Anglo American imperialism and no one seems to have a problem with the Canadian Flag or Union Jack, symbols of colonialism in the court house, nor is there any issue with the Queens emblem and image being hung in the court house.
The police presence for my hearing was intense, further attempting to present me as a hooligan and criminal.

When i went up in front of the judge I stated that this was not a criminal case but rather a case of selective persecution of activists and stated that the crown was using the courts to criminalize dissent and as a political tool and that my charges should be dropped immediately.

The Court ruled that my next Judicial Pretrial is Nov. 16th at 10 am in the Superior court which will be open to the public. At this hearing I will conduct myself as I always do, politically and principled further elaborating the need to resist the state using the courts as a tool to criminalize peoples politics.


4 Responses to “Court today…..the political prosecution continues!!!!!”

  1. doug November 1, 2012 at 2:20 am #

    Just why should they let you into court with your red flag.It’s a court of law, not a place to air your commie views! You think Castro would let you into one of his courts with a Canadian flag?? Obviously the Judge thinks you are a hooligan and criminal and didn’t buy your argument about being criminalized for your politics.

    • Trevor Brainin November 1, 2012 at 6:04 am #

      You should be sent to jail for 20 years and I wish we had hard labour you commie bastard

  2. Al November 2, 2012 at 4:15 pm #

    You may be correct Doug as to the Judge’s opinion of Julian however he is supposed to hide it at least until after a conviction occurs. I have however seen Judges who are so biased and unaccountable that they do indeed let their feelings and opinions slip prior to evidence, cross-examination, decisions etc.. If a party is represented by a decent lawyer, bad Judges will be more careful about displaying their bias.

    • doug November 2, 2012 at 7:12 pm #

      Well seeing as Julian is his own lawyer I don’t think the Judge in this case has too much to worry about.

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