http://www.courts.gov.bc.ca/../../../../jdb-txt/sc/03/02/2003BCSC0258.htm FEB 18, 2003 BROADCAST NEWS VANCOUVER -- The wife of a former Aryan Nations leader has lost a defamation lawsuit against the CBC over a TV news report aired almost six years ago. In the 1998 suit, Janice Miller claims the story gave the impression she was responsible for the political beliefs of her husband, Terry Long. Miller sued for damages, claiming the CBC falsely and maliciously defamed her. But a Supreme Court Judge has ruled the sting of libel was justified because of evidence which came from Miller's own mouth. In her testimony, Miller admitted to attending cross-burning gatherings with her husband and children where people were wearing Ku Klux Klan robes. Terry Long is the former leader of the Aryan Nations Canadian chapter. Long and his family moved from Alberta after a Neo-Nazi cross-burning incident in the province in 1990. Justice Satanowe dismissed Miller's claim.
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