I had hoped that this grit hack was permanently off the radar. Unfortunately the horror hasn't ended. To think this thoroughly biased woman was allowed to judge other Canadians. Perhaps miss arbour you would be happier living in cuba.
Canada's Louise Arbour can finally say what she thinks.
The former Supreme Court justice talked to the Toronto Star's Olivia Ward and notes that, in a high-profile career, she often fought for a right she didn't have herself. As a judge on the top courts of Ontario and Canada, then as the UN's high commissioner for human rights and chief prosecutor of tribunals on Rwanda and the former Yugoslavia, she had to watch what she said