A Victory Against Political Corruption

Jim Karahalios - January 2, 2018

Victory

When Patrick Brown says there is too much political corruption in Kathleen Wynne's Ontario, he is right.

The bad news is, Patrick Brown and his PC Party Executive are part of the problem. But, there is good news.

On November 16, 2017, Patrick Brown's politically corrupt PC Executive tried to sue me, to silence me and the Take Back Our PC Party campaign. But on December 22, 2017, an Ontario Superior Court judge dismissed the lawsuit. Click here to read the news report.

The lawsuit was authorized by PC President Rick Dykstra, and the PC Executive, in the same November 21 meeting where they revoked my PC membership. It came less than a month after Patrick Brown characterized Kathleen Wynne's libel notices that preceded her lawsuit against him as "Baseless attempts to silence the official opposition..." What a hypocrite!

On November 16, 2017, Patrick Brown's politically corrupt PC Executive tried to sue me, to silence me and the Take Back Our PC Party campaign. But on December 22, 2017, an Ontario Superior Court judge dismissed the lawsuit. Click here to read the news report.

The lawsuit was authorized by PC President Rick Dykstra, and the PC Executive, in the same November 21 meeting where they revoked my PC membership. It came less than a month after Patrick Brown characterized Kathleen Wynne's libel notices that preceded her lawsuit against him as "Baseless attempts to silence the official opposition..." What a hypocrite!

To my knowledge, this is the first time a political party in Canada has ever sued an individual for anything, let alone suing someone as a result of an expression relating to a matter of public interest.

And the PC Executive lost.

The Brown-Dykstra Doctrine failed.


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