The human rights case of ex-NDP MP candidate and failed law dean applicant Emily Carasco would be hilarious if it wasn’t so ridiculous but it also has an ironical benefit to us that want the legal powers of these tribunals either reduced or eliminated. These types of complaints will help this cause faster than any other method.
Carasco is suing the University of Windsor for “injury of dignity” after she was eliminated for the position of Dean on charges of plagiarism. The irony of all this is that she is suing the “hate speech expert” and Human Rights Tribunal defender Richard Moon.
The Human Rights industry’s best known critic, Ezra Levant, argues against using their own tactics against themselves but that’s where Ezra and I differ. Ezra disagreed with my filed complaint on the Kenny vs Spenny “Jesus Sucks” stunt (ya, that was me see here). Ezra even included my case in his massively successful book Shakedown (see here).
My feeling is that the more light you shine on these human rights tribunals the less support they will garner from the public and through them, the politicians.
Added to this, people like Richard Moon are now getting a taste of his own medicine which I’ll guess when it comes to sticking up for these corrupt quasi-judicial organizations next time, he won’t be so willing. (see article here)