WINNIPEG FREE PRESS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 1940 Page 21
FROM THE ARTICLE “FIFTH COLUMN” ON PAGE 3 & PAGE 21.
THIS EXTRACT IS FROM PAGE 21.
Mr Coldwell said “we readily admit the government in wartime must have adequate and ample power to prevent sabotage, espionage and subversive activities, provided always the accused has the right to have his case reviewed in the proper manner.
The C.C.F. group, long before the war, had tried to impress upon the government the danger to internal security from growth of Fascist organizations in Canada.