Toronto Sun | Friday, June 21, 2002 | Mary Radewych
RE PETER Worthington's column, "This is justice?" (June 14, 2002): It is beyond comprehension that the Canadian government can be threatening a sick, 78-year-old man with revocation of his citizenship when a Federal Court judge clearly stated he did no wrong during World War II. Finding that he may have lied to enter Canada is not enough reason, 55 years later, to strip him of his citizenship, make him stateless and then start the entire process over again in front of the Immigration and Refugee Board, which may try to deport him. Enough is enough. Leave him alone.
(The feds need to take a whole new look at this issue)