Thursday, May 13, 2010

 

Basi, Virk, Basi: Friday May 14, 10:00 AM

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In BC Supreme Courtroom 55 ... it seems to be all about

   CCC 121  1 a ii
   CCC 122
   CCC 121  1 d
   CCC 380  1 a

Presumably, potentially, possibly this is preparation for the long-awaited trial of Basi, Virk, Basi which is expected to begin on Monday, May 17, 2010.

[Source: BC Supreme Court Criminal (completed) listings.]

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Comments:
Neal Hall of the Vancouver Sun wrote in one of his replies to BC Mary re Robin Mathews:

"As for using a recording device, he can ask the court for permission, as can any citizen."

Listen folks, this is a crock.

I was in the BC Supreme Court two weeks ago, and, as a self-represented litigant I respectfully asked the judge for permission to record the proceedings, citing the legislation which permits this.

I was flatly and emphatically refused by the judge.

So, we can ask. But then we can ask for the moon too, and have about as much a chance of having our request met.

Mary, perhaps you may wish to ask Mr. Hall for his response to my experience in the BC Supreme Court.

By the way, I have the transcript which contains this request and the judge's refusal, should anyone want proof.

Bet the Vancouver Sun isn't interested though.
 
Possibly the reason why the Judge(S) won't allow a recording device or TV cameras in the court room is, people may possibly then be able differentiate, which is the monkey and which is the organ grinder.
 
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