The McCorkill Case Explained by Paul Fromm
IN THESE TWO videos (second video below), Canadian free speech leader Paul Fromm explains how the McCorkill inheritance and free speech case was tragically lost. He is speaking with Buddhist truth activist and, as he describes it, “occasional troublemaker” Brian Ruhe.
Mr. Fromm explains how free speech and property rights took another hit at the hands of the Supreme Court of Canada in not hearing the appeal in the McCorkill inheritance and free speech case, in which scholar, scientist, writer, and National Alliance member Dr. Robert McCorkill willed his considerable estate to the Alliance to further the ideals and moral principles in which he believed. Jewish groups intervened in the case and were able to get a corrupt judge and corrupt system to invalidate the will for political reasons.
Mr. Fromm is the director of the Canadian Association for Free Expression (CAFE) and is a winner of the George Orwell Free Speech Award. CAFE spearheaded the National Alliance’s legal defense in this case. Donations to offset CAFE’s legal costs can be sent by PayPal to cafe.nfs.host.com.
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