Mar 25, 2008 09:59:00 AM
OTTAWA, March 25, 2008.
"The first witness I'll be calling is Mr. Alain Monfette of ," victim Marc Lemire's lawyer Barbara Kulaszka led off this morning's hearing. She asked Mr. Monfette, the Director of Law Enforcement co-ordination for 's security. He had been asked.for the registration information of IP 18.104.22.168
"I am not able to disclose this information about our customer. It is confidential if we are to disclose the name and address of our customer, without a Court order.," he answered. The Tribunal member of judge Athanaasios Hadjis then ordered the disclosure of this information.
The user was identified with phone number 613-236-7831 registered to Nelly Hechme located at *********. The account was connected from Dec. 7, 2006 to December 2006..
Next Miss Kulaszka recalled former Canadian Human Rights Commission investigator Hannya Rizk, some of whose answers had been cut short by Giacomo Vigna's invoking of the seldom used Sec. 37 of the Canada Evidence Act, which is used to prevent the divulging of information that might endanger the safety of a person or national security. Mr. Lemire challenged this effort to hide information in Federal Court in January 15, 2008. On the eve of the hearings, the Commission folded and provided almost all of this information. Now the Marc Lemire defence team wanted to get these answers formally on the record under oath..