Former Political Prisoner Brad Love Alleges Local Newspaper Reported on Trial Conference Covered by Publicity Ban

Former Political Prisoner Brad Love Alleges Local Newspaper Reported on Trial Conference Covered by Publicity Ban

FORT MCMURRAY June 22, 2022. Citizen journalist and former political prisoner Brad Love made a very brief court appearance — by telephone, of course, due to COVID — here today. The much persecuted and outspoken opponent of mass immigration and government waste gets special treatment. There is an imported judge, an imported Crown (prosecuting attorney), and even an out-of-town court appointed lawyer. Only defendant Brad and the Court Clerk are local. Brad Love faces charges of slashing a car’s tires and leaving “racist” leaflets behind.
The state has invested a fortune in persecuting Mr. Love for his views. Over 30 witnesses have been lined up. Yet, disclosure provided the defendant reveals no one who actually saw him slash a tire or post a leaflet.

Today, Mr. Love objected to the publication in the local weekly Fort McMurray Today, April 28, of another telephone court appearance involving the judge, the Crown, the Court clerk, Mr. Love’s lawyer and himself. The proceedings, which are preliminary to the actual trial, were under a publication ban. The article revealed Mr. Love’s medical situation. His trial was postponed earlier this year because, as he explained to CAFE, he’d been seriously ill from COVID. The newspaper has been a strident opponent of Mr. Love and even filed a criminal complaint of “harassment” some years ago because he had made phone calls complaining of their coverage of certain issues. The paper also gave extensive information about Mr. Love’s alleged criminal past, calling him a man “with hate crime history.”

The April 28 hearing had involved just five people; the judge, the Crown, the Court Clerk, the court appointed defence lawyer and Mr. Love. It was a telephone conference. This raises the question who leaked the proceedings.

The judge acknowledged Mr. Love’s objection to the violation of the publication ban but said he’d discuss it next week.
The case will resume June 29, by video to set a date for trial and hear Mr. Love’s objections to the violation of the publication ban.

Ex-Political Prisoner Brad Love’s Mischief Trial Gets Off To A Shaky Start

Ex-Political Prisoner Brad Love’s Mischief Trial Gets Off To A Shaky Start
FORT MCMURRAY, October 12, 2021.Ex-political prisoner Brad Love appeared briefly in provincial court this morning, When the judge, specially brought in to try this case as were the two Crowns, heard that the court appointed lawyer assigned to question civilian witnesses had met with Mr. Love for the first time before Court , he said: “Mr. Love has complied with everything.’ The lawyer had failed to properly prepare.
The judge adjourned the trial until tomorrow to give Mr. Love time  to consult with the Court-appointed lawyer Susan Bottern. Mr. Love had strongly opposed the appointment some months ago Mr. Love is known for his detailed preparation and aggressive questioning. He can question the police,  but the civilian witnesses are deemed too fragile to face the accused. “There are 530 pages of disclosure,” Mr. Love fumed. “Fifteen minutes to prepare for a three day trial is a joke,” he added. The judge agreed. Susan Bottern explained that she did not have Mr. Love’s phone number.
“The police and the Crown certainly did,” the accused, who has been the victim of an ongoing campaign by the RCMP, told the Court.

 On October 23, 2020, officers from the local detachment of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police arrested former political prisoner and longtime political activist Brad Love at his townhouse. He was taken to police headquarters and charged with 10 counts of “mischief under $5,000.” He was interrogated and then released on his own recognisance.   Two weeks before, his home had been raided by six RCMP officers (masked, of course) with a warrant looking for glue, “Keep Canada White” posters and copies of the Canadian Immigration Hotline, published by the Canada First Immigration Committee, and which has been in publication for over 30 years.BRAd love speaking.jpg

Mr. Love intends to ask for the full name of the second Crown who would give her name only as Susan.”So much for an open Court,” Mr. Love observed.

The disclosure reveals that none of the witnesses can identify Mr. Love as the man who posted the material critical of immigration. Several, though, said they felt “afraid” because they live in a “multicultural” neighbourhood. “Their feelings are irrelevant,” Mr. Love argues.

A sign of the times moment occurred before the trial. Mr. Love stopped in to the McDonald’s near the Court for a coffee. He was not wearing a mask. He bought his coffee and sat down at a table to drink it. An obvious foreign counter girl came over and demanded his vaccine passport. “I don’t have one,” he said. She ordered him to leave. He stayed for a while before heading off to Court.

Ex-Political Prisoner Brad Love Heads to Court on “Mischief” Charges

Ex-Political Prisoner Brad Love Heads to Court on “Mischief” Charges

FORT MCMURRAY, ALBERTA. February 10, 2021. Ex-political prisoner Brad Love heads to Court here today for yet another round in a more than 10-year battle by the RCMP and local snowflakes put off by this outspoken citizen journalist, enemy of government taxation, special privileges for minorities and demography shaking immigration.Over a 15-year period Mr. Love served nearly three years in prison from charges laid in 2002 under Canada’s notorious “hate law” (Sec. 319 of the Criminal Code.) His crime? He had written letters critical of Canada’s immigration policies to 20 MPs and other public officials.

On October 23, officers from the local detachment of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police arrested former political prisoner and longtime political activist Brad Love at his townhouse. He was taken to police headquarters and charged with 10 counts of “mischief under $5,000.” He was interrogated and then released on his own recognisance.   Two weeks before, his home had been raided by six RCMP officers (masked, of course) with a warrant looking for glue, “Keep Canada White” posters and copies of the Canadian Immigration Hotline, published by the Canada First Immigration Committee, and which has been in publication for over 30 years.
A trial date was set for May 31, 2021. Several weeks ago, a masked man who did not identify himself came to Mr. Love’s residence and presented a summons to appear on January 27 before the Court of Queen’s Bench. When Mr. Love arrived at the Court, he was denied entry to the building because of the COVID virus! Not wanting to miss a court appearance, Mr. Love phoned the Court. He eventually was subject to a telephone conference with Judge Stephanie Cleary. The Crown is desperate to prevent the savvy Mr. Love from cross-examining witnesses, especially police officers. Over his objections, a court appointed lawyer will do the cross-examination for him.
He will appear again in Court today to set a new trial date and to make several motions. As he notes: “This will be my first appearance in person before a judge!”

Many of the charges go back to July of 2020. A police statement reported: ” On July 22 around 5 p.m. police responded and found racially related writings on a vehicle in the 200 block of Powder Dr.” Apparently, these were posters or newsletters. Since when did “racially related writings” become a crime or cause for police action? Mr. Love states that Fort McMurray is awash with drugs — a problem that might better occupy police time.

In the meantime, Mr. Love has received some 300 pages of disclosure. When he went to pick up his disclosure, the desk clerk interrupted him even  before he could identify himself or his business and said: “We know who you are.”

His four housemates were all questioned by the RCMP, but there is no mention of this fact in the disclosure.

The hefty disclosure is light on content. There are no witness statements, photos or video linking Mr. Love to any postering. Apparently, the RCMP did access credit card sales at the Superstore close to Mr. Love’s residence and established that he had shopped there — no surprise.
A more sinister revelation was the fact that Mr. Love had been the object of many hostile posts on Facebook by people who had been stalking him and taking pictures of his home and truck. There had been numerous threats against him online.

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Former Political Prisoner Brad Love’s Trial Remanded to May 31, 2021 on 10 Counts of Mischief Under $5,000 for Allegedly Putting up Posters

Former Political Prisoner Brad Love’s Trial Remanded to May 31, 2021 on 10 Counts of Mischief Under $5,000 for Allegedly Putting up Posters

FORT MCMURRAY, ALBERTA, DECEMBER 3, 2020. “I went to the courthouse today, but I didn’t get to see the judge” former political prisoner and citizen journalist Brad Love reported. Mr. Love was in court for his first appearance after being charged with 10 counts of “mischief under $5,000” for allegedly putting up “Keep Canada White” posters about town.

Mr. Love never got to see the judge. He and others who had appearances were rerouted to a desk. Mr. Love was offered a “deal”. If he pled guilty, he’d be sentenced to six months in jail. “No deal,” Mr. Love told the official.

“My rights have been violated,|” Mr. Love told CAFE, “I wanted to see a ban on publicity to protect my rights.” The local paper has complained to the police and instigated charges which were dismissed for Mr. Love’s having called reporters and challenged their reporting or lack of it. Right after he was charged the paper did a smear piece on the outspoken critic of massive immigration and government waste.

Former Political Prisoner Brad Love Charged With 10 Counts of “Mischief Under $5,000” Regarding Posters

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Former Political Prisoner Brad Love Charged With 10 Counts of “Mischief Under $5,000” Regarding Posters

Fort McMurray, Alberta, October 23, 2020. Officers from the local detachment of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police arrested former political prisoner and longtime political activist Brad Love at his townhouse. He was taken to police headquarters and charged with 10 counts of “mischief under $5,000.” He was interrogated and then released on his own recognisance.

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Two weeks ago, his home was raided by six RCMP officers with a warrant looking for glue, “Keep Canada White” posters and copies of the Canadian Immigration Hotline, published by the Canada First Immigration Committee, and which has been in publication for over 30 years.
At the police station, he was asked questions such as, “Brad, is that your truck in the mall parking lot?” He was shown a fuzzy, grainy black and white from what looked like WW II aerial surveillance.”

“I don’t recognize it,’ Mr. Love said. “The photo is so poor.” Later, he told CAFE: “Even if it had been my truck, so what? I have a right to visit the mall to shop.”
The police also rattled off a number of dates over the past few months and asked him where he had been on those dates.
“I don’t know,” Mr. Love told the Mounties. “I can hardly remember where I was yesterday.”
Mr. Love is outspoken and frequently has called Alberta media to complain about their coverage of issues. Reporters have had him charged with intimidation for having made phone calls. All such charges in this touchy town were either withdrawn by the Crown at the last minute or dismissed in Court.
Mr. Love has paid a heavy price for his outspoken nature and dissent.

Former Political Prisoner Brad Love Raided by 6 Mounties Looking for Glue, Posters & Canadian Immigration Hotlines

Former Political Prisoner Brad Love Raided by 6 Mounties Looking for Glue, Posters & Canadian Immigration Hotlines


FORT McMurray, October 2, 2020. At 9:15 this morning, no fewer than six members of the local RCMP detachment raided a townhouse here shared by political activist and former political prisoner Brad Love with four other people. A warrant, dated September 30, authorized the masked Mounties to search for “glue,’Keep Canada White’ posters and copies of The Canadian Immigration Hotline“, published for over 30 years by the William Hopkinson Society.


Mr. Love, a vocal critic of Canada’s failed immigration policy, has been a frequent target of police harassment for his having called the local newspaper and politicians to call them to account. Previous charges have usually been withdrawn at the last minute.


Mr. Love reports that the raid which lasted over two hours, also involved searches of the bedrooms of the other men with whom he shared the house.
The warrant authorizing the search for glue and literature sought evidence for “mischief under $5,000.” The police carted away a box of items for which they provided Mr. Love with no receipt.


“Somebody is putting up pamphlets,” one of the officers told Mr. Love. “It’s not about free speech, Brad.”


When advised of the raid, Paul Fromm, Director of the Canadian Association for Free Expression commented: “Sadly, under this reign of Cultural Marxism, our police forces are increasingly becoming political police.”

RCMP Continue to Harass Brad Love – Voice of the Working Man

RCMP Continue to Harass Brad Love – Voice of the Working Man



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“I’m trapped in my own police state,” say ex-political prisoner & dissident Brad Love, raided by cops with blank search warrant

“I’m trapped in my own police state,” say ex-political prisoner  & dissident Brad Love, raided by cops with blank search warrant
“I am trapped in my own police state and it’s called Fort McMurray, Alberta,” exclaims Brad Love, an outspoken dissident and former political prisoner, after a police raid on his Fort Mac residence on March 23
 
The police came with a blank warrant — no mention of what they were looking for. They left with three bags of property but left Mr. Love with no receipt for the goods stolen.
 
Mr. Love lives with three other room mates. He was in the shower when seven burly cops used a ram to hammer open an unlocked door and storm in with rifles and guns drawn.  “They’ve been watching too much television,” says the unarmed writer and dissident.
 
The next day in traffic court, Mr. Love spoke to a legal aid lawyer in another matter. The lawyer said: “The police can pretty much do what they want. You could hire a lawyer and apply to the court for reasons for the warrant and a list of what was taken.”
 
Mr. Love has searing contempt for lawyers in Fort Mac. “Half the lawyers in town are afraid of me and won’t talk to me. They are afraid of the police. I need a headhunter lawyer. This is a small town and the cops, the courts and the lawyers are in a comfy, cozy relationship,” he adds.
 
Anyone else would be able to march down to the police station and inquire about the blank warrant and ask for a list of the goods stolen However, Mr. Love is in the final year of a three-year probation order, imposed on him, not in North Korea but in Ontario. He is forbidden to communicate his views to any political, press, police or religious organization.. Thus, strictly speaking, he is not allowed to even speak to the police. And justice is not just blind, it is brainless and literal as well, in Mr. Love’s case.
 

Political Prisoner Brad Love at work in the oilpatch

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He wonders whether the incident was cop payback for a confrontation the day before. He and a friend were driving in town. They noticed a car pulled over and being ticketed by the RCMP. Mr. Love who was in the passenger seat called out, “Go get him, di Pasquale.” Moments later two RCMP cruisers chased after Mr. Love’s vehicle. He was ordered out of the car, but said: “I am not the driver. I don’t have to get out.” The police searched the car, without a warrant and then issued Mr. Love, who was not the driver, a $600 ticket for “stunting”.
 
“Stunting”, in Alberta, is defined as:
 “115 (2) A person shall not do any of the following:

(e) perform or engage in any stunt or other activity that is likely to distract, startle or interfere with users of the highway;
(f) drive a vehicle so as to perform or engage in any stunt or other activity on a highway that is likely to distract, startle or interfere with other users of the highway;

 
The policeman in question wasn’t even driving or using the road at the time of the incident. Mr. Love described officer  di Pasquale as “a head hunter. There is bad blood between us.”

Can a song be a Crime?

Can a song be a Crime?
The persecution of British singer and satirist Alison Chabloz for some of her holocaust-skeptical songs  makes a mockery of British free speech rights. The private prosecution, launched by Gideon Falter of the well-heeled anti-free speech group, the Campaign Against Anti-Semitism, took an alarming turn on Friday. On one day’s notice, Alison was summoned for a hearing to restrict her activities whilst on bail. “

” The judge told her she is not allowed to tweet or blog about her prosecutor Gideon Falter. That was unfair, her lawyer objected, because he had been tweeting about her – overruled. Nor – here was the punch line – was she allowed to do anything ‘racist’ or ‘anti-semitic’ or ‘grossly offensive:’ if she does she will be locked up until her trial, next March. These are incredibly vague and undefined terms. But, I suspect Mr Falter is not going to find this trial the pushover which he has expected.”


It is appalling that merely offending privileged group’s feelings can land a singer in court. As in Canada, with victims like Brad Love and Terry Tremaine, the vile system uses bail or parole conditions to gag a dissident even BEFORE a trial. Here the talented Miss Chabloz faces months in jail is she does anything “racist” or “anti-semitic” or “grossly offensive.” The message is clear: Shut up! What is “racist”? If you express pride in being a homosexual or being a Negro, that’s fine; if you are proud of your European heritage, you’re a “racist” And what is “grossly offensive”? It’s all in the yes of the beholder and minorities, especially Jews, have become adept at being easily offended.
Another similarity with Canada is that Miss Chabloz is not permitted to tweet or blog about her tormenter Gideon Falter. Apparently, he can agress against people but the victims cannot comment or mention him. Exactly, the same thing happened to Canadian free speech victim Arthur Topham who is not allowed to mention Richard Warman or Harry Abrams who sought to shut him down and filed complaints which led to the Sec. 319 (“hate law” charges) against him. Oh, yes, neither bothered to show up at Mr. Topham’s trial to see the mischief they had caused.
Paul FrommDirectorCANADIAN ASSOCIATION FOR FREE EXPRESSION

Can a song be a Crime?

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Friday, 23rd December: Marylebone Magistrate’s Court.

Alison Chablez has been suddenly called back from Manchester with only one days notice, because the Prosecution wishes to redefine the terms of her bail. A week earlier, she had turned up, for a rather strange indeed unheard-of type of prosecution. A Campaign Against Anti-Semitism had decided a song of hers violated Section 127 of the 2003 Communications Act, and was ‘grossly offensive.’

In Britain today, can you be prosecuted because someone reckons your behavior is offensive?* No-one seemed to be providing evidence of anyone having been offended – we merely had the word of  Jonathan Goldberg QC, prosecution barrister (who had three attorneys sitting behind him for some sort of moral backup). Mr Gideon Falter, chair of CAAS evidently reckons so. Normally it is the business of the CPS the Crown Prosecution Service to bring such charges, but Mr Falter reckoned they were being rather dilatory in prosecuting anti-semitism and he is speeding up the process by taking out this private prosecution.

The distinguished British philosopher and tenor sax player Gilad Atzman turned up to give Ms Chablez some moral support, and I felt his presence was quite significant. Let’s hope he blogs about it. The best feature of this hearing was Ms Chablez’ marvellous lawyer Adrian Davies, let’s hope he is still defending her in March. Chablez

Can a song be a crime?  The dire charges – anti-semitism, racism Holo-denial – have effectively ended her career as a folk musician. Tell me about it. The doors do clang shut once Gods’s Chosen People reckon you don’t believe in their Holo-narrative. You thereby come to understand, like never before, who controls our world.

Let’s have a quote from her about her prosecution:

Thursday December 15, I shall be appearing in court for the first time in my life charged with causing gross offence after posting my song (((Survivors))) on YouTube. What makes this case special is the fact that I am not being prosecuted by the Crown; it is a private prosecution taken on by chairman of the wealthy Zionist ‘charity’, Campaign Against Antisemitism (CAA), Gideon Falter, who – in order to persuade the judge that publishing my song merits a heavy fine – will have to prove that my song is grossly offensive.

I should here confess: after her inspiring performance at a packed London Forum, ’Songs of the Shoah’ she did allude to my book.  She has been described as ‘the pin-up girl of Stormfront.’

You might want to check out here Alison’s rather sensible views on the obscure Havaara agreement, and how Red Ken’s politicial career was suddenly over because of his comments upon the matter.

Coming back to the bail trial, the judge told her she is not allowed to tweet or blog about her prosecutor Gideon Falter. That was unfair, her lawyer objected, because he had been tweeting about her – overruled. Nor – here was the punch line – was she allowed to do anything ‘racist’ or ‘anti-semitic’ or ‘grossly offensive:’ if she does she will be locked up until her trial, next March. These are incredibly vague and undefined terms. But, I suspect Mr Falter is not going to find this trial the pushover which he has expected.

I had been hoping to sell my book together with her new CD. My publisher had agreed, but now she reckons she might just be locked up if she did anything like that.

It is clear that the Communications Act of 2003 was designed to regulate commercial broadcasting, in relation to the OFCOM inspectorate – not for private individuals.Chabloz2

It is vital that the great British tradition of satire – from Hogarth to Private Eye – is defended. One is permitted to scoff at people, especially rich, influential people – it is not a crime.

There is a lot at stake here. While talking to a former member of the British punk-rock band ‘Crass,’ he played me a bit of the ghastly racket they used to make, and I heard the dire lyrics. The Crown tried to prosecute them under the Blasphemy Act – but gave up. That is an important precedent. It’s called freedom of expression. I personally object to Jews insisting that everyone else has to believe their fictional, fabricated, fake narrative about what did not happen in the German labor camps of WW2; and salute Alison Chabloz for pointing out, in humorous songs – that IT DIDN’T HAPPEN.

NO Mr Falter, it’s a fictional story. And, by the way Mr Falter, you have no drop of semitic blood in you. But, your country is exterminating the semites, and stealing their land. It’s called genocide.

Muad-Dib

 

* “ This is what happens, when this group are upset by something. They assume they have the right not to be offended, as they obviously so easily are. It’s almost impossible to be part of their mind-virus unless you have been programmed into it…” Mark windows.

 

Hear Paul Fromm & Brad Love on Patricia Aitken’s Sacred Cows’ Barbecue

Hear Paul Fromm & Brad Love on Patricia Aitken’s Sacred Cows’ Barbecue

 

Paul Fromm, Director of the Canadian Association for Free Expression & Brad Love, Canadian political prisoner and citizen journalist interviewed on Patrica Aitken’s Sacred Cows BBQ!

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Paul Fromm, Director of CAFE- Canadian Association for Free Expression has fought for victims of Canada’s thought police such as Ernst Zundel, David Irving, Arthur Topham and special guest Brad Love. Brad shares how writing non-threatening letters to government idiots landed him in prison. He also shares about life in post-fire Fort McMurray.

Frederick Fromm's photo.