Daily Archives: April 4, 2011

Defense factum now posted for the Crown’s April 13 appeal of raw milk farmer Michael Schmidt’s acquittal

Defense attorney Karen Selick, of the Canadian Constitution Foundation sends the following note:

The appeal will be heard at the Ontario Court of Justice in Newmarket, at 50 Eagle Street.  This is NOT the same location where the trial was held.  The security measures at this courthouse require everyone to go through a metal detector as they enter the building.  The room is courtroom 100, downstairs.   That is a fairly small courtroom and it is possible that some spectators may not be able to find seats.  The presiding judge will be Justice Peter Tetley.

The date is Wednesday, April 13.  The starting time is 9:30 a.m.  It will probably take all day.

Download the defense factum here in pdf format.


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GMOs, vaccines, and the new eugenics — tools for covert population reduction?

“Professor Keith Campbell, a biologist at the University of Nottingham [who] works with transgenic animals, said: Genetically modified animals and plants are not going to be harmful unless you deliberately put in a gene that is going to be poisonous. Why would anyone do that in a food?”

From http://oilgeopolitics.net/Swine_Flu/Gates_Vaccines/gates_vaccines.html

“One long-standing project of the US Government has been to perfect a genetically-modified variety of corn, the diet staple in Mexico and many other Latin American countries. The corn has been field tested in tests financed by the US Department of Agriculture along with a small California bio-tech company named Epicyte. Announcing his success at a 2001 press conference, the president of Epicyte, Mitch Hein, pointing to his GMO corn plants, announced, “We have a hothouse filled with corn plants that make anti-sperm antibodies.”14 Continue reading


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“Radioactive milk found in the U.S.” — that milk is safe, but raw milk is NOT?

From an interview with Allen Roland, on Press TV:

“Japan has misled its citizens about the aftermath of the massive tsunami, which hit the country on March 11 causing the US-built G&E reactors to melt and release deadly levels of radiation.

Press TV interviewed Online Columnist Allen Roland regarding the nuclear disaster in Japan, and discussed how the US and the international community might be more alert to the problems that nuclear power stations may pose for the rest of humanity.

Press TV: How is this issue of the Japanese disaster being viewed in America?  Continue reading


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