Here's an article that was published in the Hamilton Spectator respecting your bail review. Judging by Marshalls reaction I'm surprised you didn't get your lawyer Mr. Findlay to go with you to help you through the process. And imposing a publication ban seems pretty draconian.
What's with that strange twist?
McHale loses subpoena fight
Dana Borcea, The Hamilton Spectator
CAYUGA (Mar 15, 2008)
Outspoken Caledonia critic Gary McHale has failed in his bid to make OPP commissioner Julian Fantino and eight other officers testify at his bail review.
Superior Court Justice David Marshall threw out all nine subpoenas issued to the officers by McHale yesterday.
Marshall's decision followed several days of submissions by OPP and Crown lawyers as well as McHale during a hearing into an OPP application to quash the subpoenas.
A publication ban was imposed on the hearing.
McHale wanted the officers to testify at his bail review, where he plans to fight conditions that bar him from Caledonia and neighbouring regions.
He was arrested Dec. 7 and charged with counselling mischief after a protest over a Six Nations-operated smoke shop that turned violent.
Four others also face charges in connection with the protest.
[Editted because there is a publication ban and this information should never have been printed by the Spectator.]
Outside the Cayuga courthouse, McHale said his bail conditions were politically motivated.
"I have only been charged because I am a non-native protester."
He added he was not discouraged by Marshall's decision and may still subpoena other officers to testify at his bail review scheduled for April email@example.com