Thursday, April 24, 2014

Knee-Slappers in Canadian Legal History: April 23, 2014

It's been quite a while since I've had anything to update on my case. But today I'm going to briefly share something of a funny anecdote.

Yesterday, while under examination by Robert Day's Saskatchewan lawyer (whom I will not name here as a matter of courtesy), I was asked if Day's Tweets regarding any legal hearings were restricted to Tweets about whether there had been hearings.

Well, you be the judge of that:
Well, shucks.

Does it look as if the premise of the question is true? You be the judge. (That's just one example, BTW.)

Mr Day's lawyer also cannot pretend to have not known about this. It was featured in my affidavit. That makes this particular line of questioning a little befuddling. At least to me. Perhaps to you, too? Feel free to let me know.

This, BTW, is just for starters. New developments are currently developing. More on them as they do.

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