Conrad Black free to pursue libel suits Add to ... CP Video Published Wednesday, Apr. 18 2012, 6:11 PM EDT Last updated Thursday, Apr. 19 2012, 2:51 PM EDT The Supreme Court of Canada has paved the way for disgraced media mogul Conrad Black to pursue a series of libel lawsuits in Ontario. Canadian Press reporter Mike Blanchfield explains what this means. Watch More Video: Ben Levin sentenced to prison on child pornography charges Canada attempted ‘cultural genocide’ on aboriginals: Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin Raw: Chopper Rescues Texas Officer From Flood FIFA president Sepp Blatter is 'not corrupt', says daughter More storms lash Texas after severe weather kills 16 Video captures moment Japanese volcano erupts Toronto says goodbye to Captain John's Aerial footage captures scale of Oklahoma flood California beaches closed over mystery 'tar balls' Alberta wildfire threat grows as blaze moves toward oil sands Toronto Mayor John Tory not concerned about hot housing market New York judge asked to declare chimpanzees 'persons' U.S. admits live to accidentally shipping live anthrax bacteria Putin says FIFA arrests show U.S. meddling abroad Justin Trudeau, Tom Mulcair question Harper's sincerity on CPP expansion After 30 years on the lam, mafia boss' freedom ends in Brazil Fugitive former LAPD officer caught in Mexico Tories looking at voluntary CPP add-on contributions 'I was thinking I was about to die': Wizard of Oz moment for kids in Florida bounce house Missing elderly woman found alive next to husband's body Comments AA More Related to this Story Video: Mulcair questions Conrad Black 'double-standard'