Ron Gray explains the rare circumstances that allow an appeal to a Supreme Court of Canada decision. Among the circumstances are if significant evidence was missed in the trial, and if justice was thwarted by or in the High Court. Both these circumstances exist in this case, and to ignore the proof would be to compound the injustice even further. Does Canada's highest court have the integrity to correct its own errors, or will they have to be forced by Parliamentary intervention to obey the law?
Ron Gray steers Drive For Justice into the courtroom of the British Columbia Court of Appeal, where Rafe Mair's inexplicable exoneration by "Justice" M. Marvyn Koenigsberg was decidedly overturned by Justices Southin, Thackray, and Prowse. Kari Simpson wins her case against Rafe Mair, who was found guilty of malicious libel. While the Appeals decision itself repeated some of Mair's lies as apparent facts, the case was nonetheless settled. Or was it? Tune in to find out what happens next!
Ron Gray takes us point-by-point through "Justice" M. Marvyn Koenigsberg's schizophrenic verdict in Kari Simpson's defamation case against the liar Rafe Mair – a verdict that was so contradictory and contrary to the facts of the case that is begged the question: Was the judge being silly, stupid, or sinister? Tune in the hear why the appeals court had absolutely no problem tossing the verdict out.