B.C. Supreme Court judge DISMISSES another challenge to province’s discriminatory vaccine passport
The now-dormant system that B.C. politicians used to track, segregate and demonize certain groups in society for months until earlier this year was taken to task during four B.C. Supreme Court challenges this spring.
There were four challenges, one of which was led by lawyers from The Democracy Fund (TDF) and crowdfunded by Rebel News viewers.
Jeremy Maddock, who represented himself and was not part of the TDF challenge, was one of the four plaintiffs to present arguments.
Maddock argued that the vaccine passport — which caused unvaccinated patrons to be denied the right to engage in normal activities in society, such as dining at restaurants or going to a movie theatre — breached his rights to life, liberty, and security of the person in accordance with Section 7 of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
Last week, the judge delivered all four decisions, shockingly dismissing each one.
Click here to learn about the judge’s rulings and find out what happens next.
Source: Rebel News
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