Rally organized by CAFE
Video of the Free Ernst Zundel Rally
Ernst Zundel Enters court room to applause: [Watch
Ernst Zundel gives a short press conference: [Watch
Freedom Loving people confront Canadian Jewish Congress
Spokesman: [Watch Now]
Rally outside the hearing room: [Watch
Pictures of the Free Ernst Zundel
Rally in Niagara Falls, Ontario
Immigration Hearing Room - Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada
Paul Fromm, Director of the Canadian
Association for Free Expression sets up the rally and gets the protest
Before going in for the detention review hearing
Covering the entire entrance to the hearing room,
supporters hold sign "Jailers Obey the Law"
Police monitor the situation
Harassing protestors, police wildly take pictures of every
person demonstrating for freedom of speech.
We head into the hearing room.
The courtroom is filled with supporters.
The adjudicator takes her place
Ernst Zundel enters the court room to a rousing applause
Zundel talks to his lawyer, Doug Christie
The media swarm Zundel
Ernst Zundel analyzes the situation with his lawyer
More media, capturing every word
Zundel gives a "thumbs up" to his supporters
After a short 7 minute hearing, Zundel is held in
jail. The media swarms him and he gives a few comments.
Ernst Zundel counting how the government is denying his
Zundel denounces Secret Hearing, Secret witnesses, and
Doug Christie talks to the CBC
Spokesman Rudner from the Canadian Jewish Congress, always
eager to run Ernst down.
People in the hearing room confront the CJC spokesman for
Strange National Post reporter runs up to everyone trying
to get their names
Supporters disgusted with the detention of Ernst Zundel
hold up signs and posters.
People just walking by join in the protest
This Indian is sick of secret trials in Canada
Discussing the issues with other supporters.
Police officer in his cruiser sends out a FYI to other
officers in Niagara Falls
Doug Christie leaves the hearing facility
Write to Canada's Immigration Minister and complain
over the unfair treatment Ernst Zündel has received.
Immigration Minister Denis Coderre
House of Commons
Telephone: (613) 995-6108
Fax: (613) 995-9755