Dear family and friends of our preborn brothers and sisters,
Many of you already know of my legal fight against tax-funded abortion. I was convicted November 9, (911 reversed) of failing to file my income tax despite written constitutional arguments based centrally on freedom of conscience and religion. In the infamous 1988 R. Vs. Morgentaler SCC case which left us with no abortion restrictions whatever, Justice Bertha Wilson co-wrote the majority opinion. Ironically this statement in that Supreme Court of Canada decision was the basis of our case, to wit: my formed Catholic conscience would not permit me to file my income taxes any longer knowing that a portion of every penny surrendered to the government would be used for abortion/murder. Here are some key points of that SCC decision:
The decision whether or not to terminate a pregnancy is essentially a moral decision and in a free and democratic society the conscience of the individual must be paramount to that of the state. Indeed, s. 2(a) makes it clear that this freedom belongs to each of us individually. "Freedom of conscience and religion" should be broadly construed to extend to conscientiously-held beliefs, whether grounded in religion or in a secular morality and the terms "conscience" and "religion" should not be treated as tautologous if capable of independent, although related, meaning. The state here is endorsing one conscientiously-held view at the expense of another. It is denying freedom of conscience to some, treating them as means to an end, depriving them of their "essential humanity".
Citation:R. v. Morgentaler,  1 S.C.R. 30
Date:January 28, 1988., Page 37
(tautologous meaning 'redundant')
I have underlined in bold only some of this paragraph, yet it is all
important to our case. Many persons were shocked that Judge R. Leslie Jackson failed to address this primary case law precedent in our defense when he read his reasons for convicting me. After all it was cited as a precedent from the Supreme Court itself! Some think this makes my conviction eminently appealable. On the advice of a stellar legal mind I filed notice of appeal yesterday in the N.B. Court of Queen's Bench, if only for strategic reasons to stay with my family longer and to try to advance an important anti-tax funded abortion project. I am however almost entirely convinced that thousands of dollars already spent on legal fees, 33 months of time and most important, the very painful toll on my family does not convince me that it would be prudent to continue the legal route pouring rivers of money into lawyers pockets with little hope for success. I believed from the get-go that jail was my fate unless a courageous Christian judge stood up to this heinous evil. I was wrong in believing that Judge Jackson might be that man.
From the beginning in countless hearings and the trial itself I have made it clear that I will go to jail rather than pay any fine or file ever again unless laws are passed or amended prohibiting taxes to be used to pay for these murders. I have been ordered by the court to file 3 tax forms by March 31, 2008 and of course, I will not. I was only charged with failing to file for three years, 2000, 2001 and 2002, they will no doubt continue to charge me with the remaining years 5 years, 2003 to 2007. A physician has pledged to financially care for my family as long as I am in jail. I will write to my wife and little children every day. I love them all so much, I will miss them to death, and being forced to part will be the greatest loss in my life. But it is small compared to the loss suffered by victims of abortion.
I take comfort and courage from the teachings of my faith. Three million of our brothers and sisters have been murdered in the womb since 1968. Imagine that, think about that deeply please. THREE MILLION INNOCENT CHILDREN KILLED WITH MY MONEY AND YOUR MONEY. Catholic teaching (indeed most Christian denominations) holds that there are three very grave sins calling out to heaven for vengeance, murder of the innocent, sodomy (perverse sexual behaviour) and oppression of the poor (including the payment of unjust wages.)
The gap continues to grow between the rich and the poor, with the poor suffering financial deprivation in servitude to the idol of profit. Perverse sexuality is now sanctioned legally in Canada with the parody of same-sex "marriage."
But the very land we walk on is SOAKED, DRENCHED, with the blood of millions of little babies. That innocent blood is crying out to heaven. I believe this genocide will be avenged by God's justice sooner rather than later.
I have a major pro-active plan to begin before I go to jail on April 4th, 2008. I will need your blessed help. I will tell you all about that plan in my next email soon.
Please call me anytime at the toll free direct line below if you wish to speak to me, ask any questions whether opposed or supportive, or help in any way. My family is suffering a great deal now temporally. If you believe in what I am doing and can help financially, please call ASAP. It would be my pleasure to answer any questions you have or hear your comments. CALL AT ANY HOUR....If I do not answer, leave a message, name, time and phone number and I will certainly CALL YOU BACK.A question to ponder: would Jesus pay a murder tax?
In another trying time in my life Mother Teresa wrote a little prayer on a small piece of paper for me, it read, "Mary, Mother of Jesus, be mother to me now."
Blessings and prayers for all of your
David, Madonna, Sarah (9), Hannah (5), Myriam (4) and Seth (2)
David T. Little
The St. Thomas More Society of Canada
1-866-422-2345 Direct Line to Mehttp://www.stmscanada.org/
(the site needs updating since Nov. 9th)