This brief report just in from Michael Schmidt in Edmonton (more material added June 10):
A happy Judith Johnson after her court file has been closed
Alberta raw milk case came to a close today. $1,000 dollar fine. Prosecutor asked for $4,000. Three out of four charges were dropped by the crown. Judith Johnson is very happy. Now we all will raise the funds to pay the fine and mooove to the next pasture. Thanks to Michael Schmidt for the photos and captions (June 10th).
Aleah the little girl who was in need of rawmilk because of her health and who thereby started unintentionally the raw Milk battle in Alberta
The court room was full. Here some of the supporters after the hearing. Edmonton Slow food in forefront stepped up their support
In Alberta -- Does the rural revolution for the right to real food starts here?????? Raw milk farmers meeting yesterday in Wildwood Alberta
The only shady appearance was Alberta Ag investigator Grady Owen. A lonely man in the halls of the courts. No contact, no discussion, no smile
Edmonton SlowFood always ready and willing to co-operate