“…in Indian treaty rights cases, the standards of evidence and logic are not what they are elsewhere…
“In these trials by history (i.e, law office history), watching the highly-skilled, forceful attorneys at work serving the Indian cause was a thoroughly eye-opening experience.
“From them, I learned much about the selective use — and suppression of — historical and anthropological evidence…”
Clearly-written Treaties — contracts with the simplest language possible — are “re-interpreted” and end up meaning the opposite of what they so obviously say.
Canadians justifiably wonder just what in the hell is going on in these courtrooms: Continue reading ‘How The Aboriginal Industry Wins In Court’