Monday, May 31, 2010
CONFIRMED: BC Rail Corruption Trial is in Courtroom 54 today, May 31, beginning at 9:00 AM. Open to the public.
Anonymous comment, cross-posted:
These guys are listed all over the place -
*Aneal Basi to appear Aug. 5 2010 in Victoria at 9 am for a Trial Confirmation Hearing due to an Impaired Driving charge.
*Dave Basi to appear in Vancouver on Sept. 13, 2010 for a Pre-trial Conference with James Duncan and Anthony Young.
Keep up the good work BC Mary!
VERY good of you to search out that information and send it to us ...
Many, many thanks!
Vancouver — Globe and Mail Update
Published on Monday, May. 31, 2010 2:05PM EDT
Last updated on Monday, May. 31, 2010 2:29PM EDT
.The BC Rail trial has been delayed for two days because of legal issues.
Madam Justice Anne Mackenzie called the jury into the Supreme Court of British Columbia, Monday morning, only to dismiss them until Wednesday.
cpmments disabled, and I did a syrvey this morning, I forgpot about disabling comments
Judge delayed till Wednesday and dismissed jury.
. . . all 'tricks' of the trade - envision the machinations being born from political desperation of the 'circle'.
All too familiar in our BC Justice den of devils.
I think the cross-examination of Martyn Brown has put a scare into the BC Liberal party and they will do everything they can to short circuit the judicial system on this one.
Trial is on back burner until Madame Justice MacKenzie finishes her rant at the lawyers. Two Whole Trial Days Wasted.
Meet you all back here on Wednesday.
I'm sure we can all see the danger signs. The question for us is: do we give up? Or do we develop a plan?
It's so un-Canadian to simply give up saying "We're doomed ... doomed ... we're all gonna die!"
Of course we're all gonna die some day.
The thing is: how best can we use our time right now?
The lawyers didn't want the Trial to start on May 17th because of new evidence and now, after the one week delay because of an illness of one of the clients it appears that there will be a delay.
We can only wonder, but if there's more ammunition been discovered NOW, and it would have been discovered BACK when the trial got underway, doesn't it make Madame Justice MacKenzie look.........
What you say convinces me that people must get into that courtroom
to get the facts for ourselves,
and if you hear the facts while the jury is present,
remember: it's OK to report it.
Whatever ... let's do our best to FIND OUT WHAT'S GOING ON IN COURTROOM 54,
AND THEN START PHONING.
JEEZ, we can't just sit with bags over our heads hoping that the facts will fall on our heads.
Anyone living in BC knows that those big birds are seagulls and what they drop on unwary heads as they fly over can't be called facts, exactly.
If I could get to Vancouver, I would go to court and WOULD report, tell, etc. what I heard and let them prosecute me for the contempt I so strongly hold for the BC Supreme Court, ACJ Dohm, the Attorney General's ministry, the evident bias and agenda of J-Mac, the conflicted to the hilt Wild Bill and the Terrorists in Victoria posing as our government.
If this publication ban can withstand a charter challenge, then I wouldn't want to depend on the Charter for toilet tissue, much less to protect MY rights. Six years of wrangling without a jury, how many years of now secret wrangling while a jury cools its heels - on call?
Or are they working out a plea bargain with benefits for the Basi boys, all to be conducted without a jury so in the end nobody knows anything, not even the verdict?
I'm going to consult an actuary, and once I can predict that glorious day that Gordo the Greedy is likely to die, I will be able to predict the date this trial MAY actually begin, if any of the principals are still walking the earth!
Maybe it will be easier to hold Gordo accountable after he has been recalled and is just a private citizen (with 24/7 armed guards).
Otherwise, why effing wrangle? They not discussing who should be in goal Chi-town tonight after all!
Or maybe because of the rash of sea plane accidents...... you gotta figure that there's a greater expense in travel time/monies (for whatever projects they're involved with) for these full time employees who are based in Victoria
I have no doubt that Mr. Brown's travel expenses, just like the Basi Boys' legal fees and the "oh so" Special Prosecutor and "oh so" (pre)Judge(mental) J-Mac wages are all being paid by you and me and the rest of the tax-payers. Ain't justice grand? Well it would be if it ever happened!
If Mr. Martyn Brown is in a grumpy mood, I for one, couldn't be happier.