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New Information Brings into Question the Rocco Galati Strategy Attacking Federal Court Appointments

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NEMASKA, QC, June 18, 2014 /CNW/ - Recent information has come to light concerning the arguments put forth by Rocco Galati to contest the nomination of The Honourable Robert Mainville to the Quebec Court of Appeal.  According to research carried out by the distinguished constitutional legal expert, Me. James O'Reilly, Mr. Galati's contentions are misdirected against Judge Mainville's nomination to the Quebec Court of Appeal.

The attached letter written by Me O'Reilly to Me Bernard Synnott, Bâtonnier du Barreau du Québec, Me Greg Moore, Bâtonnier du Barreau de Montréal, Me Fred Headon, Président de l'Association du barreau canadien and with a copy sent to Grand Chief Dr. Matthew Coon Come and Stéphanie Vallée, Ministre de la justice de Québec sets out the essential information that he has uncovered.

"Me O'Reilly's research serves to put the unfair treatment of the Honourable Robert Mainville into historical perspective.  It is unjust that he should have been put through such an ordeal."  Grand Chief Matthew Coon Come.

SOURCE Grand Council of the Crees (Eeyou Istchee)

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