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Canada’s constitution “does not bend, kneel and kiss the feet of judicial legislators” Galati says

Vancouver’s Supreme Court was filled to capacity with a overflow crowd outside for the May 31st hearing. Photo: Tamara Wo for Road Warrior News

Constitutional lawyer Rocco Galati argued that forced COVID-19 vaccines are an important matter of public interest and must be considered by Canada’s courts. Galati was presenting by Zoom on Tuesday, May 31st in Vancouver’s Supreme Court room. “The Constitution does not bend, kneel and kiss the feet of judicial legislators,” said Galati, whose father was imprisoned by Mussolini’s Fascist government in Italy during World War II.

Constitutional lawyer Rocco Galati argued that forced COVID-19 vaccines are an important matter of public interest and must be considered by Canada’s courts. Galati was presenting by Zoom on Tuesday, May 31st in Vancouver’s Supreme Court room. “The Constitution does not bend, kneel and kiss the feet of judicial legislators,” said Galati, whose father was imprisoned by Mussolini’s Fascist government in Italy during World War II.

Defendents in the trial, including the governments of Canada and British Columbia, have requested that Galati’s original motion be stricken. Road Warrior News has attempted to obtain statements by the defendents but has been unable to do so at time of posting; this article will be updated if those documents become available.

Justice Allan Ross heard the proceedings, and will announce his decision within 30 days.

Audio of six minute update interview conducted on the street outside the courtroom on the morning of May 31. The interviewee, Barbara, asked that her last name not be used as her employer has asked her not to speak publicly. Interview by Tamara Wo for RWN.

The text below is copied directly from Action4Canada’s website:

“Thank you to everyone who attended in person at the BC Supreme Court in Vancouver. The court was filled to capacity (78 seats) and another 50-70 people outside the court room.

The court proceeding addressed the motion to strike set forth by the defendants named in Action4Canada’s Statement of Claim. Justice Alan Ross presided.

It was an amazing day in court to watch Rocco Galati in action. Rocco was brilliant as he argued the merits of the case in opposition to the Motion to Strike. He pointed out that this is not a case about a truck hitting a bicycle but one of great importance and public interest. Rocco meticulously provided case law, Canadian and International, to defend our position as well as facts, supported by evidence, countering the defense’s accusation that the case was founded on “conspiracy theories.” Mr. Galati advised Justice Ross that he can provide the evidence proving that Bill Gates funds GAVI and the WHO; Bonnie Henry has ties to Bill Gates and the WHO; Teresa Tam is tied to the WHO; Justin Trudeau paid a billion dollars to Bill Gates; and made many more important points.

There were ‘seven’ lawyers representing the defendants. The proceedings began at 10:00am PST.

Mr. Witten, the lead counsel for Justin Trudeau, John Horgan, Bonnie Henry et al, was the first to speak and provided a very weak submission. Mr. Witten provided no evidence to support his argument that the Statement of Claim was “replete with groundless conspiracy theories, deficient in substance, frivolous, convoluted, scandalous, irrelevant, costly, an embarrassment and an abuse of the court’s process.” Mr. Witten made further claims that the Notices of Liability were threatening and intimidating to those who received them and that the delivery of said documents was harassment.

Mr. Witten spoke for more than hour and covered several sections of the Statement of Claim (SOC) in great detail. It was impressive to hear the merits of the case being spoken by the defense and it became difficult at times to know if he was representing the defendants or the plaintiffs. As Mr. Witten read through the details of the Statement of Claim it only legitimized our position that the government has indeed violated the Constitutional rights of Canadians, caused irreparable harm and over-stepped their authority.

Signage erected by groups outside the Supreme Court in Vancouver. Photo: Tamara Wo for RWN

The lawyers representing the additional defendants named in the SOC provided their submissions and it was clear that they also had no evidence to support their reasons for the application to strike.

There was a break for lunch and upon returning to the court at 1:30pm PST Rocco began his response. As mentioned above it was nothing less than brilliant and something to behold.

Mr. Galati not only challenged Mr. Witten for referring to the case as a conspiracy theory but also for making the absurd statement that it would be too much work and too costly to proceed with this case. Mr. Galati called out the government and the Prime Minister for spending billions of dollars on COVID-19 measures and that by comparison, the cost for the case would be inconsequential.

Rocco brought to the attention of the court Mr. Witten’s efforts to discredit him by reporting Rocco had 10 cases which were dismissed due to motions to strike, but conveniently failed to point out that Rocco had won nearly 600 cases of the same. Mr. Witten further failed to mention the thousands of cases that Rocco has been part of in his 32 year career and the many wins he has achieved. Justice Ross thanked Mr. Galati for the information and it rightfully elevated the level of respect due to him.

In closing, Rocco stood on the merits of the case and that it is a matter of public interest and should not be dismissed. Rocco added, “the Constitution does not bend, kneel and kiss the feet of judicial legislators.”

There is so much more to report but these are some of the highlights. Live updates were posted during the proceedings. 

The defense lawyers had the opportunity to reply and ZERO replied! None of them had a rebuttal! We now await Justice Ross’ decision which may take up to 30 days. We will make an announcement once the information is made available to us.”