Winnipeg Free Press – [bold ours] RENOWNED criminal and human rights lawyer Clayton Ruby will enter the ongoing case this morning of Brian Sinclair, found dead after waiting 34 hours in the Health Sciences Centre’s emergency department in 2008.
A news release said Ruby will hold a press conference “to discuss an important legal and human rights issue arising out of the tragic death of Brian Sinclair.”
Daily Archives: March 31, 2010
CNW – The University of Toronto Chapter of Journalists for Human Rights is pleased to announce they are seeking submissions for the 2nd Annual Human Rights Documentary Film Festival.
Calgary Herald – American comedian Lenny Bruce showed long ago that anyone who walks into the arena of a comedy club leaves the polite confines of normal society behind.
Dean Steacy, Canadian Human Rights Commission investigator, quoted in the National Post, 2008 – “Freedom of speech is an American concept, so I don’t give it any value.”