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Ezra Levant ordered to pay $25,000 for libel

A judge has ordered controversial blogger Ezra Levant to pay $25,000 to Giacomo Vigna for libel, citing his "reckless indifference" to the truth while writing blog posts about the Canadian Human Rights Commission lawyer.

Levant accused Vigna of lying to the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal, tampering with evidence, and suggested he'd been fired, the National Post reports. Justice Robert Smith ruled that Levant "spoke in reckless disregard of the truth and for an ulterior purpose of denormalizing the Human Rights Commission across Canada which makes his statements malicious in that sense."


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By calling the liberal media the "Borg," the CBC "the Death Star" and asking a crowd of student journalists if they believed in the "theory" of man-made global warming, conservative media personality Ezra Levant was surely up to his usual antics at the final keynote at the Canadian University Press (CUP) NASH 76 conference in Edmonton last Saturday night.


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