Forget Cohen. Forget Manafort. The real court action has been taking place in British Columbia, where a battle is being waged over a decision that could change the entire course of human history: The acknowledgement of the existence of Bigfoot.

The Vancouver Sun reports that documentarian and “sasquatch tracker” Todd Standing filed a lawsuit in October 2017 against the provincial government of British Columbia, accusing the province of “dereliction of duty” for “non-recognition of sasquatch.” Standing told the B.C. Supreme Court that he has evidence “way beyond a reasonable doubt” that sasquatch exist, and he asked that a government biologist be appointed to accompany him into “known sasquatch habitat” for three months to prove it.

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