Bob Mackin who was scooped on the original Boessenkool Investigation FOI due to a parallel one obtained simultaneously by the VSun, has more....
This time, again by FOI, Mackin has obtained the agenda of Mr. Boessenkool that covers the period when the 'all-verbal' investigation allegedly took place (ie. between the time of the 'incident' and the 'resignation').
And I'm telling you, based on the actual, you know, 'written' evidence available so far it does not look good for the so-called 'investigators'*.
Not to mention the so-called 'premier'.
Here is Mr. Mackin's lede, from BiV (please go and read it all):
Christy Clark's chief of staff Ken Boessenkool had no meetings with the head of B.C.'s Public Service Agency, Lynda Tarras, in the days prior to his resignation over an alleged misconduct – despite Clark saying the investigation was being handle(d) by Tarras.
According to Boessenkool's agenda for September, obtained by Business in Vancouver via Freedom of Information, he had a five-minute phone call with Premier Clark on September 19 followed by an hour-long meeting with Deputy Minister John Dyble. Boessenkool tendered his resignation September 23 and Clark announced BC Hydro chairman Dan Doyle as the replacement on September 24.
Though Boessenkool's agenda shows the meeting with Dyble, it does not mention any meeting with Tarras. The Premier has not mentioned that Dyble was involved in this investigation. Neither Tarras nor Dyble responded to a BIV interview requests....
*Please note: the pluralization was purposeful...Because that too is a new wrinkle here...