Good Lord, but the bloviating Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms just took accuracy and fed it through a woodchipper. Regarding their recent doomed action to have COVID quarantine hotels declared unconstitutional or whatever the hell they were after, here's the shrieking headline:
Really? The Federal Court said that? Well, no, not really, as the very second paragraph of that nonsense reads thusly:
While the Court did not issue the interim injunction, it found that both Charter Section 7- the right to life liberty and security of person, and Section 9 – the right not to be arbitrarily detained are engaged by the federal quarantine policies and were serious issues to be tried at a further trial.
In other words, the Court said no such thing and simply handed over the arguments to an actual trial.
The full ruling can be found here, where I draw your attention to:
In short, the ruling does not even remotely sync up with the idiotic headline on that rubbish from the JCCF.
I'm sure you're shocked.