Canadian publisher Ezra Levant, questioned by the Canadian Human Rights Commission for publishing the Muhammad cartoons, mounts a magnificent defense of the freedom of speech and points up the ridiculousness of these new thoughtcrime laws.
LGF has more scenes from this preposterous event. Mr. Levants own website is here. He's promised to post more fragments from what he calls 'the kangaroo court'. You will also find his opening statement, read out to the HRC representative (video available at mr. Levants blog and the link to LGF).