The Canadian transgender “woman” who calls himself “Jessica” Yaniv has been dealt yet another defeat in his perverted quest to force several estheticians (who happen to be real women) to wax his fully intact male genitalia.
In a six-page decision issued on Wednesday, the British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal declined to hear Yaniv’s appeal of its October 22 ruling in favor of the estheticians.
At the time, we reported on Tribunal member Devyn Cousineau’s original decision:
The decision noted that “human rights legislation does not require a service provider to wax a type of genitals they are not trained for and have not consented to wax,” highlighting the fact that Yaniv “engaged in improper conduct” and “filed complaints for improper purposes.”
The decision concluded that Yaniv was “evasive and argumentative and contradicted ‘herself’” and that his testimony was “disingenuous and self-serving.”
Furthermore, the court document reveals that Yaniv also sought monetary compensation for damages he attributed to JCCF, reportedly up to $15,000 from each respondent, but The Tribunal determined that Yaniv “engaged in improper conduct during the course of this complaint” and instead ordered Yaniv to pay $2,000 each to three of the five estheticians.
According to the decision to deny his appeal, Yaniv sought reconsideration of his case on the grounds of supposed factual errors, unfairness, alleged bias on the part of Cousineau, and his inability to pay the money awarded to three of the estheticians.
“The Tribunal exercises [the power to reconsider decisions] sparingly, giving due consideration to the principle of finality in administrative proceedings,” Cousineau wrote, explaining that much of Yaniv’s appeal was an attempt to simply re-argue her case.
“Ultimately, Ms. Yaniv strongly disagrees with most of my conclusions in the Final Decision and thinks that I was driven to rule against her because of public pressure. She wants a different result. However, she has not shown why considerations of fairness or justice, viewed objectively, require the Final Decision to be re‐opened and reconsidered,” Cousineau concluded. “In my view, doing so would run counter to the principle of finality in administrative proceedings. If she wants to challenge the Final Decision, she must do so in court.”
The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms, which represented several of the estheticians, praised the decision.
“Our clients simply want this matter concluded,” stated Jay Cameron, the Justice Centre’s Litigation Manager, according to LifeSite News. “They are pleased to learn that the Tribunal will not disturb its ruling.”
Jonathan Yaniv isn’t going away and this is far from the justice the victims of his harassment deserve, but a small victory is better than none at all!
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