Our rights as people living in Canada were violated. We will be speaking with a lawyer.
Sorry for keeping you. You did nothing wrong. You are free to leave.
The next day at John Reed Legal Office
I'm so glad that we have the right to take action after our rights have been violated.
Your rights have been violated. We need to talk to the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario. They will tell us how to proceed. First, we just need to submit an application.
A few weeks later at an HRTO hearing
When the local police assaulted and arrested members of the protest they infringed on our freedom of expression, freedom of association, and the freedom of peaceful assembly. Also, our right to liberty and security of the person was broken.
I am filing this case because of the infringement of the rights of everyone who was injured or arrested at the legal Mohrexa protest.
Thank you to both the police departement and those presenting on behalf of those at the Mohrexa protest. I have listened to both sides and I will determine whether anyone's human rights have been violated within the next 3 months. You will be contacted with the verdict and any ordered remedies within the three month period. This hearing is deemed closed.
Three months later
Dear Applicant, The Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario has thoroughly reviewed your case. We find the respondent guilty of violating the human rights (as outlined in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms) of numerous Canadian citizens. The HRTO has deemed multiple remedies necessary in order to right this gross misuse of legal power. The Sarcoma Police Department must conduct an internal review of the situation and the officers involved along with providing full cooperation for a complete external review. Also the Sarcoma Police Department is required to implement thorough human rights training. Finally, the HRTO deems it necessary that the respondent pay each victimwhos rights were violated an amount of $5000.
Written and created by Daniel Langlois.
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