Ontario Crown comes to its senses? Crown doesn’t appeal, Ian Thomson gets guns back

On February 8th, 2013 it was reported on Lilley’s Pad, Sun TV commentator Brian Lilley’s website, that Ian Thomson got his firearms back from the Ontario Provincial Police.  That’s good news, as it means the Ontario Attorney General’s office has

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Ian Thomson Case: The Full Legal Decision

    Ian Thomson was acquitted of unsafe storage of firearms charges on January 3, 2013.  You can download the full transcript of the decision here: http://rightsandfreedoms.s3.amazonaws.com/pdf/THOMSON-IAN-TRANSCRIPT_20130103.pdf While I personally haven’t read it fully yet, I’m told it makes for

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Ian Thomson’s Interview with SunTV’s Brian Lilley

The day after Ian Thomson was acquitted of bogus unsafe storage charges in Welland, Ontario, Brian Lilley from the SunTV show Byline interview him.  Here is that interview. If you are able to help Ian Thomson with part of his

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Ian Thomson Triumphs over Asinine justice system… momentarily, at least

January 3, 2012 Ian Thomson of Port Colbourne, Ontario, was found NOT GUILTY by Justice Colvin in a 45-minute decision that finally takes the weight off the man who had the audacity to defend his life from masked men trying

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Reverse Onus clause violates the Constitutional Rights of Violent Offenders, but is okay for law-abiding gun owners?

Gotta love this country, where up is down and left is right. Only in a nation that has completely abandoned rational thought and critical thinking could dangerous offenders have more rights than law-abiding gun owners.  That this judgement  comes out of

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