Tuesday, December 02, 2008

 

BC Rail Case delays disguise the smell of corruption

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Vancouver Sun - Letters
NOVEMBER 29, 2008


Re: Dispute over informant goes to top-court appeal, Nov. 28

I am furious about the five-year legal stonewalling in the BC Rail-Basi-Virk case. The truth is being hidden behind a mountain of legal procedures.

This is a classic case of using the legal system to disguise the smell of corruption. I wonder whether taxpayers are bearing any of the legal expenses for Bob Virk, Dave Basi and Aneal Basi. We are, of course, paying for the prosecution side of this charade. Now the Supreme Court has become involved -- guess who pays the salaries there?

I am certain that the bill for this whole exercise runs into many millions of dollars and the lawyers who are reaping this bonanza have absolutely no incentive to bring it to a close. What a ripoff.

Dave Doman
Surrey

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