On June 5, 2014 the Canadian courts struck down a bequeath from a deceased Canadian NA member to the National Alliance.
The bequeath was valued at approximately $220,000.
Unlike the U.S., Canada doesn’t have free speech guarantees and argued that the principal documents of the National Alliance, including it’s “What is the National Alliance?” brochure violates Canadian law.
Through an affidavit, Erich Gliebe argued that under his “New Direction” the National Alliance is taking a more liberal, politically correct stance that should be acceptable to the multiculturalist regimes of North America.
The purpose of our discussion here is to announce that the not unexpected Canadian ruling has no effect on the ongoing lawsuit against Erich Gliebe here in the U.S.
Our motivation in commencing this lawsuit to save the National Alliance never had any bearing whatsoever on the Canadian bequeath to begin with.
We must mention however that it was Erich Gliebe’s indiscretions that ended up putting the bequeath on it’s road to jeopardy.
In any event, NARRG continues to move forward in its legal actions to remove Erich Gliebe and restore the National Alliance.
Again, the Canadian action has no bearing on the U.S. case.