“Back in December, 2006, Warman’s vague answers were confusing. But in the light of the March, 2008 hearing, we see it was more than confusing, it was misleading.
“They were trying to keep Jadewarr’s identity a secret – even though they had an obligation to disclose that information to both Lemire and the tribunal, and another obligation to answer questions about it honestly.
“’I have no idea,’ said Warman. ‘I don’t know.’ But he did know.
“The truth – as revealed 15 months later – was that Warman did ‘have an idea’. He ‘did know’.
“But instead of answering honestly under oath, he misled the tribunal.”
“Richard Warman is now suing me and other bloggers for defamation. In his lawsuit, he denies going online under an alias and posting bigoted comments.
“Sounds familiar. I wonder what he’ll say ‘under oath’ at our trial.
“UPDATE: A keen-eyed correspondent points out another difference between the two documents: the ‘Welcome, Jadewarr’ version has a swastika on it — but the second, generic one doesn’t.
“According to my correspondent, cached web pages show that Beaumont never affixed a swastika to her posts.
“Was the original CHRC document doctored to make it more damning?”