Faisal Bhabha, an associate professor of law at Osgoode Hall Law School at York University in Toronto, said Cooley “should be seriously considering a civil action for malicious prosecution and unlawful detention by the police.”

“It appears there never was a basis for the charge to be laid. Any alleged basis was clearly improper and quite likely discriminatory,” Bhabha said. “The laying of the charge would have had a chilling effect on the free exercise of Charter rights in the city and across the country. Therefore, the police should investigate to determine how such an error was made.”

  • @cygnus@lemmy.ca
    5 months ago

    You do realize gaza is on the sea and west bank on the river yeah?

    Read the Hamas charter and superimpose the four corners of their proposed borders on a map. I also never said a word about antisemitism, so you can dial back the histrionics.

    • @sederx@programming.dev
      25 months ago

      I don’t give a fuck what hamas says. Why would you apply their reasoning to peaceful protests around the world clearly calling for peace?

      Again your palestine=hamas shows your bias.