Friday, July 16, 2021

Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms - John Carpay - Update

Manitoba's justice minister wants the Law Society of Manitoba to investigate lawyers with the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms. The activity undertaken by the group is obstruction of justice, either direct or indirect. The charity reported $2.6m in revenue in 2020, virtually all of which came from donations. There are demands for a CRA audit since hiring PIs to spy on Canadians isn't a social benefit.
Founder John Carpay is taking an 'indefinite period of leave'.
John Carpay, president of the JCCF, says he hired an investigator to follow the judge overseeing the court challenge of COVID-19 restrictions in Manitoba. Chief Justice Glenn Joyal says he realized he was being followed after leaving court last week. He says the PI followed him to his home, and had a boy ring his doorbell while he wasn't home in an attempt to confirm he lives there. (jcarpay@jccf.ca)

John Carpay released a statement 2 years ago apologizing for comparing the pride flag to Nazi swastikas.
Somebody then went to his home and spoke with his daughter. John Carpay says his group has organized surveillance on a number of public officials. Chief provincial public health officer Dr. Brent Roussin Joyal was also targeted by the hate group. Cops are investigating daily threats against him. (info@jccf.ca, media@jccf.ca)