Comment 121480

By KevinLove (registered) | Posted May 05, 2017 at 10:26:12

The Spectator also has a habit of not responding to attempts to correct the factual errors in op-eds. For example, I submitted the following as a letter-to-the-editor. The Spec declined to publish it.

Re: Time to end the myth of Canadian exceptionalism (February 16)

Re: Air India perjurer released from halfway house (February 15)

In her February 16 article, Sarah Adjekum wrote that, “In Canadian history none of the terrorist attacks were perpetrated by foreign born nationals.”

Just the day before, February 15, The Spectator reported on the release from a halfway house in British Columbia of Inderjit Singh Reyat. Reyat was convicted of manslaughter and perjury for his guilt as one of the perpetrators of Canada’s worst terrorist attack, the 1985 Air India bombing. 329 people were killed, including 268 Canadian citizens.

Inderjit Singh Reyat is a foreign born national, having been born in India.

Kevin Love

Comment edited by KevinLove on 2017-05-05 10:26:43

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