Thursday, November 18, 2010

Hassan Diab: the prosecution stoops too low

After Don Bayne's masterful deconstruction of the French Record of Case and the multiple misrepresentations therein, what was left to the prosecution?

Mudslinging and personal insults.

If the facts are against you, argue the law. If the law is against you, argue the facts. If the law and the facts are against you, pound the table and yell like hell.

Way to go, Claude LeFrançois. What a confession of defeat.


Adam C said...

He said there was no evidence to support Bayne's allegation that the French had acted in bad faith, adding that at the very premise of Canada's extradition treaties is that the requesting state is acting in good faith when it seeks the extradition of a Canadian citizen.

I hope this is sloppy writing from the journalist here, and not LeFrancois's absolute ignorance of the fallacy of circular reasoning.

Heinz said...

Now that “Taliban Jack” Layton, “Al-Qaeda John” Baglow and their fellow travellers have managed to spring their hero Omar “Taliban Jr.” Khadr from Guantánamo, they are moving on to the latest terrorist flavour of the month, Hassan Diab. As all bien-pensant leftists know, these terrorists are all innocent babes in the woods, victims of Western infidel Islamophobia. Oh, the humanity! The terrible injustice! Please stand by for my generous financial contribution to this great and noble cause.

DrDawg1 said...

Now that “Taliban Jack” Layton, “Al-Qaeda John” Baglow

Stop right there, Heinzie. You're banned.