How he’s faring under “lawfare.” As far as our suit goes:
Warman v. Levant et al.
In 2008, Richard Warman sued me and several other bloggers for defamation, in Toronto. On Monday my lawyers went to court in Toronto to compel Warman to disclose hundreds (possibly thousands) of items from his computer hard drive that we believe are relevant to the suit. The matter has been postponed for a number of weeks, but will likely be resolved this Spring.
But if I ever feel like complaining, all I need to do is think of the “hassle” that our grandparents went to, to defend our freedoms seventy years ago, or the price our brave Canadian Forces pay every day to promote political and religious freedom in places like Afghanistan today.
I was in Edmonton a couple of months ago giving a speech at a fundraising event for CF amputees organized by the great Matt Altheim. The other speakers were Laurie Hawn, the MP who served for years in the RCAF, and Master Corporal (Ret.) Paul Franklin, who lost his legs in an IED attack in Afghanistan. Here’s some video highlights: