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57 Errors of Fact and Law
An astonishing 57 errors of fact and law in the Federal Court of Canada decision suggest that the Reasons for Judgment were written by someone other than the hearing judge in a manner consistent with that described by a Otto Ulc a former judge in the communist state of Czechoslovakia where the Communist Party wrote the judgments for the judges
This view is corroborated not only by the clear errors in the judgment but by the fact that the hearing judge wrote, in the last week of June, 2010, that she would be unable to provide Reasons for Judgment before the end of August 2010, yet, the Reasson for Judgment were delivered before the end of August, on August 27, 2010.
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