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Thursday, May 31, 2012

BC Liberal/ BC Rail Crime Spree Exposed

Well well well, the plot thickens.....Let me start by saying that the BC Liberals, Mike De Jong and Shirley Bond are bold-faced liars, actually, let me rephrase, all BC Liberals are liars!

As you know, there was a unsourced email sent to the media last month claiming the BC Government employee indemnity policy had been changed prior to Basi n Virks guilty plea, this change is thus...

Employees of the BC Government who are charged with crimes have their legal fees paid for, unless they`re found guilty, and in the case of Basi n Virk they plead guilty...According to this unsourced email sent from BC`s justice ministry to BC`s mainstream media just prior to Basi n Virks guilty plea this policy was changed, the policy, the new policy according to this email allowed ministry staff to forgive legal fees of even those who are guilty, or plead guilty, in other words there is no indemnity policy, Government can pick and choose who has to pay, oh how convenient....Story over?..Not,  for there is a few things that these BC Liberals thieves seemed to have forgot...My photographic memory states this...

In October 2010  a surprise guilty plea was entered by Basi n Virk which suddenly stopped a highly political charged BC Rail corruption trial.......

So how come Mike De Jong on CKNW just days after the surpising and shocking guilty plea appeared on CKNW and made these claims....

Mike De Jong, on CKNW in  October 2010 ......

Mike De Jong.." David Loukedelis and Graham Whitmarsh alone made the decision to forgive Basi n Virk`s legal fees because the likelihood of collecting these monies were very remote"..Snip

Mike De Jong went on to say that....I`m paraphrasing here....

Legal services department recommended to the ministry of justice deputies Whitmarsh and Loukedalis that there was little likelihood that ant Basi n Virk monies and assets could be garnished and recommended forgiveness of these legal fees,.....Mike De Jong went on to say that these deputy ministers of the ministry of the attorney General made the decision completely independent, no cabinet minister knew anything...


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Well Mike De Jong....Are you also saying that David Loukadelis and Graham Whitmarsh also changed the Government employee indemnity policy on their own, that these deputies asked no member of Cabinet, or the premier if they could change the indemnity policy to forgive guilty employees legal obligations?...Can deputies in the attorney General`s Ministry just scratch out Government policy and change it to whatever they think is reasonable, is that how new law and policy is made in BC?


Well well well, let me ask this question, who authorized these deputy ministers to change Government policy, what member of cabinet or what premier gave theese deputies ministers the nod to do so...And can deputy ministers change any policy willy nilly without asking, for example, could these deputies reverse that policy tomorrow without asking a single member of Government,?...Did these deputy ministers advise cabinet of these changes after the fact or before?....Because you lying sacks of garbage is where the rubber hits the road...

In Octobver 2010 when Mike De Jong was fumbling his way through his CKNW interview, why did Mike De Jong claim these deputies ministers made the decision on their own of legal fee forgiveness because there was little likelihood of collecting these monies....Why Mike De Jong did you not tell the listening public that Basi n Virk had ne legal responsibility to repay these legal fees because SOMEONE CHANGED the POLICY BEFORE the GUILTY PLEA?...

Why Mike De Jong did you fabricate your face off on CKNW, why did you not divulge at that time(October 2010) to CKNW`s listening public that the indemnity policy had been changed, why did you not divulge when the indemnity policy was changed and the really big question..Who authorized changing a multi decades long government indemnity policy?.....Why did it take 19 months to inform the public that the indemnity policy was changed prior to Basi n Virks guilty plea...

Game...Set...Match....Bye bye BC Liberals, this is indeed the FINAL nail in your coffin, fabricating lies at will, changing Government policy through surrogates, having deputy ministers illegally change policy on the fly, failing to inform either the public or Government employees of these changes!!!!

Enjoy your return to public life you lying theiving BC Liberals...Keep the fuck out of British Columbia Gordon Campbell, your decades long crime spree is over, someone is about to be jailed following an NDP public inquiry into the theft of BC Rail..


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7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Someone else has observed further subtleness of this -

If the government policy was changed - that is the legal fees would be paid whether the accused were judged guilty or not guilty - WHY would Basi and Virk plead guilty?!?
I repeat - if I was them and felt I was innocent and was just told my legal fees would be paid either way, WHY would I change my plea?!?

Grant G said...

1-1 of 1...That is true..However my bone of contention is why Mike De Jong 2 days after the plea failed to mention anything about the change to the indemnity policy..

I believe there was no change to the indemnity policy until after the deal was made..And further, who authorized the change and when..

For if 1 week before the plea was made the policy was changed..Well..

That means someone of standing authorized that change, that person was no other than Gordon Muir Campbell...

Who authorized the policy change, when..and why..

BC Liberals are now just flaunting their arrogance to the public..

"What indemnity policies, we don`t need any stinking indemnity policy"..Gordon Muir Campbell pre Basi/Virk plea..

e.a.f. said...

I would suggest just about everybody who has concluded the trial had to be stopped. Basi & Verk did what was best for them. They had families & I am sure they wanted to get back to their lives. I don't believe Basi & Verk did all of this on their own. They just took the wrap for it.

Grant G said...

Basi n Virk did nothing to affect BC Rail...They did however, betray their office by taking bribes for years...

This post, is NOT about Basi n Virk..

It`s about who changed the indemnity policy, and when..THE POLICY WAS HERE FOR DECADES, WHO CHANGED THE POLICY..

Try reading this E.A.F...


http://powellriverpersuader.blogspot.ca/2012/03/stupidification-of-british-columbiathe.html


David Mclean and Gordon Campbell..

Basi n Virk was always about misdirection away from Gordon Muir Campbell and David Mclean..

kootcoot said...

Please, let us not forget how Gordo the Greedy Gropper stood up on his hind legs and demanded that Glen Clark would have to repay his legal fees if he was found guilty of the phoney charges over the deck in East Van. Of course since he wasn't found guilty, Gordo couldn't really do anything but follow the then existing policy and not go after Clark for his defense costs.

Bookmonkey said...

I dare say that we should be able to seize BC Rail back under proceeds of crime legislation

Arleigh Chase said...

Grant G. you bring up an interesting point of irony. Given that the indemnity deal fable has been reworked over and over again by various Liberal ministers, the details were obviously worked out long after the actual deal was arrived at - which means I'd bet big money that there's a whole flurry of back-dated memos in the Attorney-General's ministry just waiting to burn a hole in the official story.

Makes you think that Liberals that live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones at the Leader of the Opposition.