Well, whadd'ya know.
All of a sudden the big money FedCon lawyers have given in.
Because they are no longer challenging new evidence in the Voter Suppression suit being brought by the Council of Canadians.
From the CBC's report yesterday:
Lawyers for the Conservative Party have dropped their objections to new expert evidence being entered in the ongoing legal battle over robocalls in last year's federal election campaign.
Arthur Hamilton, a lawyer for the party, said Thursday morning that he and a lawyer for the Council of Canadians, which is acting for voters trying to overturn the results in seven ridings, had agreed to argue the merits of the new evidence before the judge at trial, rather than fighting about whether the material should even be filed...
Why, you might ask yourself would they suddenly do this, apparently out of the blue?
My guess is that the answer is right there in the next sentence of the unbylined report from the MoCo.
...The case is scheduled to be heard Dec. 10 to 14....
1) Accuse, accuse, accuse/demonize, demonize, demonize.
2) Suddenly retreat.
3) Buy time.
4) Rinse and repeat, ad infinitum.
And each time, hangout as little as possible until you play out the clock completely.
After all, pretty soon 2015 will be just around the corner.
Of course, there is the added bonus of we can't tell you anything because 'it's before the court'....Think that's bunk 'em?....Ever heard of a little thing that lasted 7 years and two election cycles known as Railgate?