27 April 2008

I'm from the government...

I'm here to save you...

-- TORONTO -- A woman caught up in a mysterious Internet hijacking scandal that has sparked a federal privacy investigation into the Canadian Human Rights Commission says she was shocked, angry and confused at suddenly finding herself publicly associated with white supremacists.

Speaking out for the first time, Nelly Hechme told The Canadian Press she was appalled to learn commission investigators might have hacked her Internet connection to post messages on supremacist websites.
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3 comments:

Rose said...

Quote: Ian Fine, senior general counsel with the rights commission, said he was unable to comment on the specifics of the case in light of ongoing investigations but denied any wrongdoing.

Jadewarr was an account setup by the HRC, by Dean Steacy I think so who else would have access to that account and internet Moniker but the HRC employees?

I think the entire issue will be swept under the rug and we'll never get answers by the Privy Counsil. I'm a negative nelly though.

Anonymous said...

Prison time must be served by those responsible.

Neo Conservative said...

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tag 'em and bag 'em.

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