Suspicious commentor Neo says:
Initially the Anne Cools post was part of the CHRC complaint against Lemire because Warman said specifically that ALL of the posts on the Freedomsite forum were included in the complaint.
When he found out that Lemire's lawyer had the Cools post and that they were going to try to prove he made it, he not only moved to quash the Roger's subpoena, but he also narrowed down the posts that were to be included in the investigation and he excluded the Cools post (which was clearly hate speech). He then argued that the Cools post could not be discussed in the hearing because it was not part of the complaint.
This is not what one would expect an innocent man to do in this situation.
It is my understanding that Lemire's lawyer did eventually win the fight to subpoena Rogers, but their log files for that time were no longer in existence.
My, my, my... indeed, Richard Warman's actions certainly help us to believe that he has nothing to hide, that he's done nothing illegal/hateful... oh, yep; indeedy! Suuuure!
sounds a little suspect to me. i worked mainframe ops for big canadian companies... including a major bank... you have to keep computer backup tapes for seven years for audit purposes.
you're saying rogers didn't?