Wednesday, November 18, 2009

 

Today, Nov.18 in BC Supreme Court, Vancouver, Dave Basi, Jim Duncan, Tony Young on Sooke A.L.R. charges

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There's a publication ban still in effect, so that only people who walk in and take a seat in the public gallery, will know what's happening. If you do walk in and observe, you can tell us you were there. You can tell us how you feel. But you can't tell us what you saw and overheard ... not until the ban is lifted. As I understand it, you can tell Aunt Mabel, or your next-door-neighbour ... you just can't let the news travel. It's something to do with preventing this case from influencing that other trial we're not supposed to hear anything about either. - BC Mary.

HMTQ vs. Limited Access
Case #134750-1-D.
10:00 AM., Nov. 18, 2009, BC Supreme Court, Vancouver


001. Breach of trust by public officer
002 Accepting bribe as public officer
003 Accepting bribe from person dealing with government
004 offering to influence government official

005 Person dealing with government offering bribe
006 Offer bribe to official for exercise of influence
007 Breach of trust by public officer
008 Offering bribe to government official

005 Person dealing with government offering bribe
006 Offer bribe to official for exercise of influence
007 Breach of trust by public officer
008 Offering bribe to government official

Listed as a Pre-trial Conference (PTC) starting at 10:00 AM.

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Bad news today for Janet Winteringham. Story at Bill Tieleman's place

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Comments:
When oh when will the RCMP release John Les affair so that it too may come to trial in his dabblings with Chilliwack ALR
 
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Gosh ... I haven't been tracking John Les. Have you?

But yes, we need to know how that's coming along, too.

I suppose "Cases completed" might be the place to start searching ... and if the John Les file doesn't show up there ... well, good luck.
 
Another SCC decision We should watch for. The decision was reserved in February, so must be coming soon. Kinda sorta resembles BC Rail RFP.

Case summaries are prepared by the Office of the Registrar of the Supreme Court of Canada (Law Branch) for information purposes only.
32460
Tercon Contractors Ltd. v. Her Majesty the Queen in Right of the Province of British Columbia, by her Ministry of Transportation and Highways

Crown law - Government contracts - Tendering process - Minister rejecting Appellant’s bid for the construction of a highway and accepting another contractor’s bid - Whether the law permits a person calling for tenders to use a no claims clause as a license to breach the duty of fairness - Whether there is an implied term in Contract A that a person calling for tenders is required to evaluate tenders fairly and in good faith - Whether the law permits government, by private law of contract, to use a no claims clause to make decisions unfairly and contrary to the provisions of the governing legislation.

http://www.scc-csc.gc.ca/case-dossier/cms-sgd/sum-som-eng.aspx?cas=32460

next link to the factum, oh hopefully We will see that for railgate.

http://www.scc-csc.gc.ca/factums-memoires/32460/FM010_Appellant_Tercon-Contractors-Ltd_Reply.pdf

EM
 
Vancouver Province today, CEOs who via their buddie boards, chose to pay out the highest salaries, and yes BC Rail Chief is right up there.

I wonder why.

Is it because a new CEO would have raised hell as to why Kinsella was brought on board, or would a new CEO would have cleaned house and not kept anyone left over from the BC Rail trial, in essence .... shredded the connections as to why CN Rail was the winning bidder in the sale of BC Rail.

http://www.vancouversun.com/business/Crown+corporation+still+exceed+limits+auditor+general+says/2236135/story.html

Crown corporation CEO pay still exceed limits, auditor-general says

























































































































































By Rob Shaw, Canwest News ServiceNovember 18, 2009 who has his own opinions in the above article
 
I know you have said this before Mary but I think it bears mentioning again here.

Why are people that offered, (allegedly), bribes in this case charged and not those charged in the Legislature Raids case? Double standard? I think so.
 
Well, Gary E,

maybe that's one of the delightfully fascinating aspects of the whole Basi, Virk, Basi, Duncan, Young, Bornmann, Collins, Campbell, Dauphinee, Reid, Brown ...[and 40 others] team.

Who dunnit? Who's in bed with whom? And what did they do?

Shhhhh.
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Checking supreme Court completed list for past 5 days.

Vancouver

134750-1-D LIMITED ACCESS
Next appearance 24-NOV-2009 09:00 AM REG

How and why has this gone on so long?, I understand they were originally charged January 2002

134750-1-D 1 01-Jan-2002 CCC - 122 Breach of trust by public officer Commit BASI, UDHE Singh (Dave) Victoria, BC, CAN
PTC

then I see the first court date for the three of them is not until
April 2006

Released
Accused Date Time Room
DUNCAN, JAMES Seymour (Jim) 06-Sep-2006 09:30 AM 101
YOUNG, ANTHONY Ralph (Tony) 06-Sep-2006 09:30 AM 101

EM
 
Gordo and his band of sheepdog cowards dismantling the future of OUR BC (BC Rail to a foreign country [USA] and a foreign corp corporation CNR! As far as I'm concerned equals:
TREASON
Wikipedia: In law, treason is the crime of disloyalty to one's nation. A person who betrays the nation of their citizenship and/or reneges on an oath of loyalty and in some way willfully cooperates with an enemy, is considered to be a traitor. Oran's Dictionary of the Law (1983) defines treason as: "...[a]...citizen's actions to help a foreign government overthrow, make war against, or seriously injure the [parent nation]." In many nations, it is also often considered treason to attempt or conspire to overthrow the government, even if no foreign country is aided or involved by such an endeavor.
 
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