McConchie's review of my blog post
My blog post in question has 128 public comments written in response to it.
McConchie said he didn't read them. He said they might be brilliant legal dissertations; they might be the ravings of an idiot. He didn't know -- he didn't care. He said the whole thing was irrelevant to a B.C. case. Not just because it couldn't fathomably be linked to the Steyn/Maclean's article in question, but also because it was published on a website based in Calgary, Alberta, not B.C.
Now he's asking about another, Texas-based Catholic website. He's referring to commenters "rascal 1", Melanie01, etc. He indicates that he was given this particular blog print out just yesterday. He's wondering why a Texas blog, with comments by an anonymous California commenter, are irrelevant to the complaint at hand.
He points out that all of this is on the Internet -- outside the tribunal's jurisdiction.
But again, Mr. Boring, Mr. Law-Talking-Guy, Mr. All-Those-Dusty-Old-Rule-Books doesn't get it.
He's making legal arguments, to a panel of political radicals, untrained as judges, un-expert at anything other than grievance-mongering.