Interview 862 – Denis Rancourt Dissects the Tort of Defamation

04/18/20141 Comment

The common law of defamation turns the basic tenets of jurisprudence on their head, making defendants guilty until proven innocent. Denis Rancourt of UofOWatch.blogspot.ca joins us today to help paint the bigger picture of how defamation arose in the common law, and how it is wielded to clamp down on freedom of expression. We also discuss what the average person can do to help topple this faulty legal principle and the systemically corrupt court system that upholds it.

SHOW NOTES

University of Ottawa Watch website

OCLA website

OCLA position paper on Bill 83

Public Money is Not for Silencing Critics

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  1. campbell.adam says:

    Denis Rancourt needs your help now (today) to defend the right to criticize and to not be silenced.

    The Indiegogo funding campaign for the legal defence costs of Denis Rancourt closes on August 22, 2014.

    Please view the short videos and materials at the Indiegogo page and DONATE what you can today:
    http://t.co/xZyHVtV9tk

    If you miss the campaign deadline, please donate by the alternate methods here:
    http://rancourt.academicfreedom.ca/donate.html

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