Death of Kangaroo Court?
September 21, 2010 | Daniel Kanis
Calgary Herald, September 12, 2010: Th Alberta Culture Minister Lindsay Blackett, who was instrumental in pushing for the change, recently told the Herald’s editorial board that the commission is being retooled from top to bottom so that there will be “no more kangaroo courts.” For too long, human rights tribunals have operated outside the normal rules of evidence that apply to regular court proceedings, leading to allegations that they are often unfair and lacking in due process, especially in controversial areas such as free speech.
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