HRCs: the unfair process is the punishment

Paul Tuns – Western Standard

Being hauled before a human rights commission is a serious ordeal. It is nearly impossible to defend oneself against a complaint because HRCs are not like real courts and the normal rules of evidence and the procedures that typically protect the rights of accused simply do not exist in these kangaroo courts.

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