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Our Charter Nation: Top court quashes child porn conviction

ARPA Note: Although there is no doubt about this person’s guilt and the horrible nature of his crimes, he is let off because of our Charter of Rights. Read the full court decision here, as the CBC account leaves out most details. Read more about the Charter’s perversion of justice here Please take the time to write a letter to the editor of your paper.

CBC.ca, March 19, 2010: The Supreme Court of Canada has overturned the conviction of a Saskatchewan man charged with possessing child pornography, saying a justice of the peace had insufficient evidence to issue a search warrant in 2003. Urbain P. Morelli maintained his charter rights were violated when police searched his computer for child pornography after a technician who had visited his home to work on the machine expressed concerns to police. [Keep reading this article here.]

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