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RCMP launches investigation into CHRC tactics

 

May 21, 2008 | Daniel Kanis
By Ezra Levant on May 20, 2008

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police have begun an investigation into alleged criminal conduct by members of the Canadian Human Rights Commission.

The conduct in question was revealed at an extraordinary hearing on March 25th, a hearing the CHRC desperately tried to keep closed to the press.

An officer of Bell Canada, appearing under a subpoena, testified that the CHRC had hacked into a private citizen’s Internet account, to cover their electronic tracks as they surfed anti-Semitic websites under the alias “Jadewarr”. Read the rest of this story at Ezra Levant’s blog.

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