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Canadian Rights and Freedom Bulletin #183

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Canadian Rights and Freedom Bulletin #183
This issue is a few days late which can only mean I’m back working full time on “Arrow”!
Yes, filming for season 3 is underway and with it long work days and little writing time.

While I will do my best to get each issue out on the weekend sometimes, like this week, that simply won’t be possible. When I don’t get home from work until 7am Saturday morning sleep is somehow far more important than getting the Bulletin out the door! On those weeks, which are many on this show, I will do my best to get the weekly issue published by Sunday evening.

Please bear with me and my crazy work schedule, and as always, if you have an issue you would like me to cover, don’t hesitate to contact me at [email protected]

In this issue:
• Two-Tier Justice – One law for mere citizens… another law for Police
• Court Decisions: It may be a Court Decision, but it’s certainly not Justice.
• Freedom of Speech: Canada’s Anti-Spam Law Punishes Charities
• Firearm Politics: Defending the Montague Family Home From Seizure By The State
• Court Decisions: “Canadian Hero” Needs Our Help
• Police Misconduct: What do you say after shooting your partner during an investigation?
• Firearm Training: How to Out-Think, Out-Shoot and Prevail on the Street, in Combat or Self-Defense
• From The Inbox: Re: Is it Sexual Discrimination to Charge Men more than Women to enter a Bar? (RFB # 182)
Please read the latest Canadian Rights and Freedom Bulletin and let me know what you think!
Yours in Liberty,

Christopher di Armani
PS. Please forward this message to anyone you think is interested in freedom!

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