Oct 102013
 
 October 10, 2013  Court, Non-U.S.

Allison Jones reports:

A Toronto judge lambasted the government Wednesday for its prosecution of an 89-year-old peace activist who refused to fill out the 2011 census, and found her not guilty.

Audrey Tobias admitted that she refused to fill out the basic personal information the census required because it was processed using software from U.S. military contractor Lockheed Martin.

But the judge noted there are two elements that the Crown must prove for a conviction: the act and the intent.

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