Episode 21: Were police justified in secretly sampling 150 Kurdish people's DNA?
On Episode 21 of Not Reserving Judgment, Josh asks whether B.C. police conducted unreasonable searches when they set up an elaborate plot to catch a killer using samples of tea, Joanna updates us on South Africa’s weak case against Israel, and Christine explains her concerns around the incitement to hatred charges laid against a man holding a terrorist flag.
Stories and cases discussed in this week’s episode:
- David Eby backs police who secretly took DNA from Kurds to solve murder of B.C. girl
- Canada has a moral obligation to support South Africa’s genocide case against Israel
- Joanna Baron: Accusing Israel of genocide is a gross distortion of the facts
- Toronto police chief reverses course, identifies ‘terrorist flag’ waved at demonstration
- Three men arrested at Avenue Road bridge after recent ban on demonstrations
- Land acknowledgement tweet from Mona Moftakhar
- Paul Champ tweet on Bill 21
- Is Canada ready to expand medical assistance in dying? Liberals will face that choice with deadline closing in
Not Reserving Judgment is a podcast hosted by Josh Dehaas, Joanna Baron, and Christine Van Geyn brought to you by the Canadian Constitution Foundation.