The Scales of Injustice, JCCF 3 of 4: Chris Fleury

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The Justice Center for Constitutional Freedoms provides pro bono lawyers to Canadians whose constitutional rights have been violated. The JCCF is a registered charity founded over a decade ago by John Carpay, who still serves as the organization’s President. Their work is supported entirely by donations.

Since the start of the Covid plandemic, JCCF lawyers have worked tirelessly to represent those who lost their jobs and businesses, to defend everyday Canadians who received fines or prison sentences for defying mandates, and have partnered with my own organization, Strong And Free Canada, to bring Canadians the truth in the form of brochures, demonstrations and podcasts.

In this, the third of a four part series on the legal actions being taken by the JCCF on behalf of their clients, I am joined via zoom from Ontario by Justice Centre lawyer Chris Fleury, who has been with the JCCF for only a year but has already won some key cases. In today’s interview Chris gives us details on the acquittals of two men charged in association with the Freedom Convoy, and the persecution of Christian churches in Ontario.

The JCCF is the largest of the legal organizations in Canada fighting for our rights in the courts. Currently they employ 9 full time lawyers and 4 paralegals and are representing or have represented, Tamara Lich and Chris Barber, organizers of the Freedom Convoy, and the Honorable Brian Peckford, who served as the third premier of Newfoundland and is the sole surviving author of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

Despite only being with the Justice Center for the past year, Chris has been exposed to enough corruption, both in the courts and from our government to understand the ways in which Trudeau’s Liberals are attempting to dodge responsibility for violating our constitutional rights. Time will tell how long those strategies will continue to protect them.

And perhaps less time than we thought.

Late in this interview Chris and I discuss the case before the federal courts challenging the constitutionality of the Emergency Measures Act, invoked by Trudeau to shut down the Freedom Convoy. In the few hours between the time we completed the interview and I recorded this introduction, we received news that the federal court has accepted arguments by the Canadian Constitution Foundation’s lawyers, another organization fighting for our rights, that the invocation of the Emergencies Act in response to the Freedom Convoy protests was unreasonable and violated the Charter rights to expression and security against unreasonable searches and seizures.

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