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Transsexual Reveler at the 2005 edition of the Toronto Gay Pride Parade

Legal Proceedings Stemming from the Book, The Transsexual Delusion—The Men and Women Who Transgress Gender Norms

Beidas et al versus Pichler et al (Defamation, Court File No. 05-CV-296765)

On September 13, 2005 Jennifer Beidas, Heather Davies, Jennifer Pallister, Dawna Tracey-Armstrong, and Mysti Meadows (plaintiffs) file a statement of claim with the Ontario Superior Court of Justice against G. Eugene Pichler et. al. seeking 12 million in compensation of injurous damage to reputation. On May 20, 2009 the Ontario Superior Court of Justice dismissed the action on delay.

Regina versus Pichler (Private Complaint, sec. 8.10 (CC), Complainant: Forrester, Rosalyn)

On October 07, 2005 three time convicted felone, Rosalyn Forrester, a.k.a. Harold Forrester, a.k.a. Harold Spencer Forrester (Complainant) files a private complaint with the Ontario Superior Court of Justice Criminal Court against Eugene Pichler, seeking a section 8.10 peace bond against Pichler in remedies for "Constant Harassment." On August 15, 2006 the Ontario Superior Court of Justice dismissed the private complaint.

Regina versus Pichler; (Assault, Complainant: Becker, Lucy)

On allegations pertaining to identity theft and extortion by Lucy Becker, a.k.a., Lucy Rybka-Becker, a.k.a., Luck Rybka, on Saturday, November 5, 2005 the Metropolitan Police Services charge Pichler with one count of assault and two counts of harrassment. Lucy Becker is currently the Vice President of Public Affairs at the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC). On September 11, 2006 the criminal matter resolved in a plea bargain whereby the defendant, Pichler, agreed to enter a so-called peace bond, undertaking to refrain from all contact with the complainant for a one-year term, in exchange for the charges being withdrawn. The defendant, Pichler, proclaimed before the court that he was innocent of the charges but chose not to give reasons at the time.

Regina versus Pichler; (Harassment, Complainant: Davies et. al.)

On allegations pertaining to criminal harassment, death threats and stalking by Heather Davies, Jennifer Beidas and Jennifer Pallister on Tuesday, November 8, 2005 the Toronto Police Services charge Pichler with five counts of harrassment. On December 05, 2006 the criminal matter resolved in a plea bargain whereby the defendant, Pichler, agreed to enter a so-called peace bond, undertaking to refrain from all contact with the complainants for a term of one year in exchange for the charges being withdrawn. The defendant, Pichler, proclaimed before the court that he was innocent of the charges but chose not to give reasons at the time.

Pichler versus Aldridge et al (Defamation, Court File No. CV-07-343242)

On October 26, 2007 Pichler (plaintiff) files a statement of claim with the Ontario Superior Court of Justice against Patricia Aldridge and the 903966 Ontario Limited (c.o.b. the Take A Walk On The Wildside), seeking 2,000,000 dollars in compensation of injurous damage to reputation. On March 04, 2009 or thereabouts, the parties reached a settlement in the matter.

Pichler versus Meadows (Defamation, Court File No. 09-CV-392810)

On December 07, 2009 Pichler (plaintiff) files a statement of claim with the Ontario Superior Court of Justice against Mysti Meadows, a.k.a., Murray Kenneth Kaitting seeking 500,000 dollars in compensation of injurous damage to reputation and harassment. In her reasons for judgement, released on August 31, 2016 Madam Stewart awarded the plaintiff general damages in the amount of 5,000.00 dollars. [1]

Regina versus Meadows, (Harassment, Court File No. 08-12001557-00, Complainant: Pichler, G. Eugene)

On allegations pertaining to criminal harassment and death threats by G. Eugene Pichler, on January 10, 2010 the Metropolitan Police Services charge Meadows with two counts of harrassment. On August 30, 2010 on the count of uttering death threats Justice Ray of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice exercised her jurisprudence and found the defendant Meadows "not guilty beyond a reasonable doubt" in the "contextual circumstances".


References

[1] Reasons For Judgment, J. Stewart, dated August 31, 2016