Calling the Censor a Censor Gets You in Trouble in Canada

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  1. Patrick says:

    As an enlightened society Canada is of course one of the nations Justice Breyer would have us look to when interpreting the meaning of our own Constitution.

    This isn't a curtailment of free speech. It's just cutting edge first amendment jurisprudence.

  2. PLW (Former Patrick) says:

    The best part is that now you could, perhaps, be sued for defamation in Canada for calling the judge a free-speech opponent. No more Molson for you.

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