I am shocked, the lawyer (Steve Seiferling) is shocked. The Charter Right to Privacy of personal information is clearly articulated in the law.
The date for sentencing may be next week.
I will be meeting with Steve later today after he has reviewed the 40-page decision. It is hard for me to imagine the circumstances under which I would not appeal the decision.
I don’t have an electronic or scanned copy of the decision yet. I’ll make it available on-line when I do.
Will keep you posted on developments.
And hey, what a world we live in! It’s as though they want to give me lots more opportunities to talk about Lockheed Martin’s role in Canada! Thank-you, thank-you, I will do my best to make good use.
Do not hold me to this, because I don’t know if anyone would come out to a public meeting on the topic: maybe I will need to do a speaking tour to explain things and to raise money for legal costs. I expected not only to be found innocent; I expected I would be awarded costs. The guilty verdict is my comeuppance for being confident I guess!