Mark Steyn on Day 2 of the Ezra Levant libel trial

Awan’s preposthperous position at this trial is that, while he was the “complainant” (plaintiff) in Ontario, he had nothing to do with the “complainants” in British Columbia – even though both complaints were filed on the same day and are all but identical. Apparently, that’s just a coincidence. The reality is that, under this evil and squalid system, legal terms such as “judge”, “plaintiff”, “counsel”, “witness”, “client” no longer have any precise definition. Which is how Khurrum Awan wound up in a BC courthouse wearing an array of de facto hats as plaintiff, witness and lawyer.

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