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and Immigration Canada
Municipality of Victoria
the matter of the immigration act and in
the matter of David J. C.
S. Donaldson, immigration
of 377-816 Government Street, Victoria,
That on the 29th of October 1992 I
interviewed David Irving at the Victoria
City police cells at approximately 2300
hours. During that interview the following
questions were asked:
Q. Are you David Irving?
Q. Are you a Canadian
A. My lawyer told me not to answer
any substantive questions, but of course
the answer is no.
Q. I understand that you have been
served with letter from the Consulate in
Los Angeles stating that you are
inadmissible to Canada.
A. Then you are
Q. How do you explain that you
traveled from the US west coast to Niagara
Falls to effect your entry to
A. I entered Canada perfectly
legally as shown by the stamp in my
Q. But why did you travel so far
out of the way before entering?
A. I had a four day speaking
engagement in Pittsburgh. From there I
went straight up.
Q. What was the purpose of your
trip to Canada?
A. I was to give a series of talks
on free speech.
Q. Has this been arranged for some
A. Yes. For about five months. The
tickets were arranged in June or
Q. Is it true that you are banned
from Germany and Italy and that
restrictions have been placed on your
entry to South Africa.
A. That is incorrect. I was
recently in Germany and was there with the
full knowledge of the police.
Q. Were you aware that you are
inadmissible to Canada?
A. That was taken to the courts by
A. Yes, and that action was
And I make this solemn
declaration conscientiously believing
it to be true and knowing that it is of
the same force and effect as if made
Declared before me at CIC
in the Municipality of
in the province of British
this 29th day of October
signed by immigration officer and by