Appeal filed over records itemizing abuse from Indian residential school notorious for electric chair use

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  1. Appreciating the persistence you put into your website and detailed information you offer. It’s great to come across a blog every once in a while that isn’t the same outdated rehashed material. Fantastic read! I’ve saved your site and I’m including your RSS feeds to my Google account.

  2. Perell ruled the government of Canada did not have to release certain discovery transcripts, nor was the court required to investigate allegations of conflict of interest. Why not? Where is the truth to be found? Where is the transparency? Seems as though there was a pre-emptive cap placed on the truth called ‘confidentiality’ – proven in court but suppressed thereafter. Clever, but shameful.
    Can’t Canada just come clean? Future generations will study this process and understand that Canada and the courts did not do ‘right’ for Indigenous people who, for generations, have struggled against all odds. Actually, it wasn’t long ago that Indigenous people were not allowed to hire legal counsel. Imagine that.
    Thank-you to the Michael Swinwoods and the Fay Brunnings. You align your profession with nobel intent and the pursuit of justice.
    Federal government lawyers denying the existence of documented evidence of abuse is inexcusable. That will be noted in future studies of the IAP. Quite a legacy. Something to be considered before it’s too late.

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