For 7 years Australian LGBT activist Garry Burns has pursued vexatious litigation against army officer Bernard Gaynor, who objected to armed forces in uniform illegally taking part in homosexual parades.
Gaynor was acquitted by a court after a massive ordeal but since then Burns has never stopped pursuing him with a vendetta, helped by LGBT charities who provide him with funding.
He has lodged thirty-seven complaints and it is now 1,967 days since the New South Wales legal system first ruled that it had no jurisdiction over them.
In fact, there have been two additional rulings since then that went even further: they found that the system set up before late 2017 was also unconstitutional.
Yet Gaynor, a father of a family, is still in court because the legal system kept an unconstitutional process going for years.
To rub salt into the wounds, last week the New South Wales Local Court decided that Burns needed to be given a fourth opportunity in these matters to file a statement of claim. Only homosexuals would be treated with such privilege by the system.
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Gaynor says: I now need your help to fund my legal defence before this matter goes to hearing in May 2021.