Update on “Thought and Crime” published in the March/April 2008 issue of Liberty magazine.
You may recall that Pastor Stephen Boissoin had gotten himself in hot water with the Alberta Human Rights Commission when he wrote a letter to the editor of the Red Deer Advocate that was critical of the “homosexual agenda.” The community newspaper published the letter and the pastor was promptly sued.
Now we have the rest of the story. On May 30, 2008, the Alberta Human Rights Commission issued an order that Stephen Boissoin and the Concerned Christian Coalition must pay former Red Deer school teacher Darren Lund, who had read and was offended by the letter, $5,000 in damages.
Attorney Gerald Chipeur is handling the case and will be filing an appeal. Read the news story at: