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May 3, 2005
A Note On The Canadian Publication Ban

I have received a number of e-mails questioning why I am not posting testimony that is subject to the publication ban. I have explained this in previous posts, but the number of these e-mailed queries appears to be increasing, which demonstrates pretty clearly that Canadians have reached a high level of frustration with Justice Gomery's blackouts.

I am not in Canada, and I am not attending the hearings. I do not have firsthand access to the testimony. I did have a source for that kind of access during the Jean Brault testimony, but that source has since stopped sending that material. I do not know whether he/she feels as though the Canadian government had tracked them down and need to be much more discreet, or whether they just don't have access to the testimony any more. I have yet to find another source -- but if I can find one who will provide me with reliable information, I will publish the information on this site.

Just to be clear, I have never been threatened or even approached by law enformencement agencies regarding this testimony, either Canadian or American. I apologize for the disappointment of my Canadian readers; I assure you that I am disappointed as well.

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Posted by Ed Morrissey at May 3, 2005 12:59 PM

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