The Superior Court of Justice in Ontario heard a motion to appeal a decision made by the lower courts. The matter was heard by Justice Rady on 11 July 2013. The specific matter brought before the court was the Freeman Court Argument that they are not a legal person but rather a human being. This issue has been mentioned on this site and has been decided by various courts.
The fact that you are a human being is irrelevant to the court when argued by the OPCA and Freeman litigant’s. If you are going to battle on the Crown Corporation ground you can not argue that way. Making claims requires that you prove them where as defending against a claim requires the accuser to prove their opinion.
Click the link below to read the full court decision