- For once, I have good news! We won our appeal in the
Sixth Circuit Court!
- In a seven page document, called an "Opinion",
stamped "Not recommended for full-text publication", Circuit
Judge Sutton summarized the three-panel judgment of the Sixth Circuit Court
that Ernst was, and is, entitled to habeas corpus, and that the case will
be remanded back to the Knoxville District Court to be unraveled and set
- The first sentence reads, "Although the precise
nature of the events that resulted in Ernst Zundel's deportation to Canada
casts more shadows than light on this appeal, several initial facts are
- The judge then outlines in broad strokes the illegalities
that were permitted in this "deportation" and cites the reasons
why this case calls for another look as to exactly what happened - and
- Last night, I talked at length to Joseph McGinnes, one
of our attorneys with considerable experience with appeals, and he explained
to me that this Opinion document will now be followed up "within ten
days or so" with specific instructions as to what needs to be done
to grant us justice and get to the bottom of this judicial mess that cost
us so much heartache, nerves, and money.
- There are dimensions to this important ruling I can't
discuss at this point. It means, however, that now we can begin Discovery
- a process where we can ask questions and demand documents on court directives
that are going to expose the depth of deceit and political interference
of this "deportation," - that was, in fact, a well-coordinated
political kidnapping that made Ernst Zundel one of the world's most prominent
POWs in this newest, modern "War on Terror."
- That's it for now - except that, to my knowledge, no
case has such potential that I know of to reveal to the world how political
"renditions" are done for the convenience of America's enemies
to sideline and neutralize dissident voices.
- Stay tuned!
- Ingrid Rimland Zundel, Ed.D.