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About the Book: This work offers an inside look into the legal ramifications of an eight year criminal investigation centred around a Canadian soldier who was accused of contemplating acts of domestic terrorism and was put on trial as a threat to public safety. As a direct result of the Canadian governments prosecution of this soldier a cancerous legal concept was About the Book: This work offers an inside look into the legal ramifications of an eight year criminal investigation centred around a Canadian soldier who was accused of contemplating acts of domestic terrorism and was put on trial as a threat to public safety. As a direct result of the Canadian government’s prosecution of this soldier a cancerous legal concept was unearthed that serves to invalidate all of the fundamental freedoms built into Canada’s constitutional charter, thus providing virtually absolute power to its government agents. This same legal concept applies to any other commonwealth country in the world that has some form of entrenched rights built into a constitution, and with the same effects. This book offers a unique insight into the legal concept of “reasonable grounds” and how it has morphed into an uncontrolled and unchecked power. About the Author: Tony Peachey is a former security specialist, as well as a fifteen year veteran of the Canadian Armed Forces. He has been writing mainly essays and articles for many years but lacked the desire to publish. He has since changed his mind and is now an aspiring non-fiction writer who has published little material to date. His work Reasonable Grounds for the Irrational marks Mr. Peachey’s debut. He is a lifelong student of philosophy and lives in Canada with his wife and three children.


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About the Book: This work offers an inside look into the legal ramifications of an eight year criminal investigation centred around a Canadian soldier who was accused of contemplating acts of domestic terrorism and was put on trial as a threat to public safety. As a direct result of the Canadian governments prosecution of this soldier a cancerous legal concept was About the Book: This work offers an inside look into the legal ramifications of an eight year criminal investigation centred around a Canadian soldier who was accused of contemplating acts of domestic terrorism and was put on trial as a threat to public safety. As a direct result of the Canadian government’s prosecution of this soldier a cancerous legal concept was unearthed that serves to invalidate all of the fundamental freedoms built into Canada’s constitutional charter, thus providing virtually absolute power to its government agents. This same legal concept applies to any other commonwealth country in the world that has some form of entrenched rights built into a constitution, and with the same effects. This book offers a unique insight into the legal concept of “reasonable grounds” and how it has morphed into an uncontrolled and unchecked power. About the Author: Tony Peachey is a former security specialist, as well as a fifteen year veteran of the Canadian Armed Forces. He has been writing mainly essays and articles for many years but lacked the desire to publish. He has since changed his mind and is now an aspiring non-fiction writer who has published little material to date. His work Reasonable Grounds for the Irrational marks Mr. Peachey’s debut. He is a lifelong student of philosophy and lives in Canada with his wife and three children.

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