Thursday, May 25, 2006

 

Remember those 27 questions?

The front page of the Vancouver Sun on 2 January 2004 was covered in questions. How many of them have been answered, in the 29 months that followed?


SOME QUESTIONS FOR BRITISH COLUMBIANS

Six days after the shocking raids on the legislature, citizens still have been told next to nothing about the RCMP actions that have shaken the province's political life to its core.  Here are 27 unanswered questions:

What triggered this investigation? - How closely linked is the drug investigation led by federal prosecutor Robert Prior to the investigation led by special prosecutor William Berardino? - What if anything is the link between drugs, organized or commercial crime to staff in the B.C.  legislature? - To the federal Liberal party? - Who are the nine people recently arrested and why have none of them been charged? - What premises were searched on Sunday? - Who was arrested Sunday and then released? - Have other arrests been made? - Were other search warrants executed prior to Sunday's action? - Have any criminal charges been laid in either investigation? - If so, when and against whom? - Does the government know more than the public is being told? - How is the suspension of Victoria police officer Ravinder Dosanjh linked to this investigation? - Why would RCMP spokesman Sergeant John Ward choose a press conference on the raids at the legislature to say that "organized crime is a cancer eating away at the social and moral fabric of British Columbia"? - Does the fact so many individuals have connections to the BC Rail deal mean anything? - Has the investigation uncovered evidence that government policies or decisions may have been illegally or inappropriately affected? - Were phones at the legislature or politicians' private phone lines tapped? - Are there connections to Indo-Canadian gangs? - Other criminal groups? - Does it mean anything that so many of the individuals have links to the federal Liberal party, Prime Minister Paul Martin's organizing team in B.C.  and his leadership campaign? - Why did a 20-month investigation come to a head on a Sunday between Christmas and New Year's? - Why was Dave Basi fired and Bob Virk only suspended? - Why would the government fire someone who has not been charged with any crime? - Have the province's $28-billion operations been compromised? - How long will this investigation cast a shadow over B.C.? - With so many unanswered questions, can the citizens of this province be confident in the government's ability to function effectively? - Will this affair adversely affect the province's economy and reputation?

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Comments:
I have an another wonderful scandal
to report which is covered up, involving Gary Collins, the two original documents stolen from me out of my apartment to protect Gary Collins, then Finance Minister, Political corruption and the possibility of good profits for certain lawyers in the town of Squamish.
But no one appears interested what documents I have. Paid a lawyer $40,000 of which he did nothing, except to delay the case getting nowhere. He knew the other lawyer representing the Squamish Credit Union. Are we canadians really receiving our inheritances? I would say "no"!
Went to the RCMP three times, they did nothing as their just as corrupt.
 
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