UPDATE April 26 2015: 4 DAYS to make the $100,000 May 1 payment: see also LITIGATION UPDATES
[Thanks to today's many times repeat supporters from England and from Quebec.]
WE NEED $28,297 MORE IN 4 DAYS TO MAKE THE $100,000 MAY 1 PAYMENT FOR GINNY AND GWEN’S CANADIAN FATCA IGA LAWSUIT.
—If you have NEVER donated to this lawsuit but feel that the FATCA “IGA” in your country takes away your rights, now is the time. If you are afraid of disclosure, wrap cash in paper and send to ADCS in an envelope with no return address. It works.]
Ginny, one of our two Plaintiffs, says:
“We are appealing to those of you who have never donated to this very important lawsuit to join in supporting us, and our team, to ensure that our small voices will be heard as we take on this precedent-setting lawsuit against our government, which has so callously disregarded our Charter and privacy Rights and those of our families.
If you have already given, Gwen and I are so grateful and hope you will be able to continue to support us.
We need your financial support and humbly ask for it now. You can make a difference through your donations.
We can, and will, do this together with your help.”
APRIL 25, 2015 LITIGATION UPDATE: Yesterday the Federal Court of Canada directed that our summary trial will be heard at a special sitting at the Federal Court, 701 West Georgia Street, Vancouver, British Columbia, commencing on Tuesday, August 4, 2015 at 9:30 a.m. for a maximum duration of two days.
On August 11, 2014, Litigator Joseph Arvay filed a FATCA IGA lawsuit in Canada Federal Court on behalf of Plaintiffs Ginny and Gwen, the Alliance for the Defence of Canadian Sovereignty (en français), and all peoples. See Alliance’s Claims, Government response, our Alliance blog, and litigation updates.
You ALREADY funded THREE $100,000 LEGAL RETAINER BILLS — and we have raised MORE THAN $350,000 SO FAR.
— Your support is requested by Plaintiffs Ginny and Gwen of Ontario, Canada, who accept high personal financial risk including possibility of personally paying portion of Government legal costs if we lose lawsuit.