One witness could win case
rate with the IRS, “violates Canada’s sovereignty as a nation and the rights guaranteed all Canadians under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms,” the Alliance for the Defence of Canadian Sovereignty has filed a lawsuit in Canada Federal Court to, as chair of the Alliance Stephen Kish puts it: “to kill that law.” The Alliance for the Defence of Canadian Sovereignty is now looking for Canadian citizens who were born in an American hospital out of necessity, spending just a few days to a week there before returning to Canada and otherwise living the rest of their lives as Canadians, to act as witnesses in the upcoming court case. “The situation of people like this is very unfortunate. They are considered as criminals in the United States just because they haven’t filled out United States tax forms. We understand why the United States has begun enforcing this law, they need the money, but Canada turned over the rights of its citizens so we’re suing to prevent that from happening,” explained Mr. Kish in an interview with the Stanstead Journal. The Alliance for the Defence of Canadian Sovereignty is in need of people willing to be witnesses in the upcoming court case. The witnesses would be required to supply a short, notarized affidavit explaining their situation as it relates to the case. It is highly unlikely that they would need to appear in court. The type of witnesses that are needed for the law suit, besides having been born in the United States, should also have lived in Canada all their life and never filed U.S. tax forms. It’s all right if they have visited the United States. The Alliance is not looking for witnesses who hold a United States passport, who have voted in an American election, or who have relinquished their American citizenship. “The court needs to hear from real people. This legislation is affecting innocent Canadians,” concluded Mr. Kish. If you’d like more information about the process or you would like to be a witness in this case, contact Stephen Kish at email@example.com.