This week, Ron Gray recounts the immediate aftermath of the Supreme Court of Canada's defamatory, change-the-law-in-mid-decision conclusion. Kari Simpson headed back to the original trial judge in this farce of justice, and that judge – Mary Marvyn Koenigsberg – was sticking to her guns (and her lies) in her ongoing attempt to circumvent justice.
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?