Two Years and $100,000 Later: Ezra Levant Complaint Dismissed by Human Rights Commission

By John Jalsevac August 7, 2008 (LifeSiteNews.com) - After a drawn out legal battle spanning some two years, and $100,000 in legal fees later, the Alberta Human Rights Commission (AHRC) has dismissed the second of two complaints filed against Canadian publisher Ezra Levant and the now-defunct…

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According to a press release from Levant, Fifteen government bureaucrats participated in the investigation, costing Alberta taxpayers more than $500,000 and leaving Levant and the magazine with $100,000 in legal bills.

“I was punished first, then acquitted later. It was a mockery of justice,” said Levant upon hearing that the complaint was being dismissed.

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