Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Rewinding The RailGate Tapes Is 'Hard Work'



That's right.

And it's making it really, really hard for the Speaker of the House to get ready for next week's opening of the Legislature.


Here's the latest on the goings on in the RailGate courtroom courtesy of the Canadian Press:

"VANCOUVER, B.C. (Tues Aug 18/09)— The search for potential evidence in the BC Rail corruption case is apparently taxing the staff at the B.C. legislature in Victoria as they prepare for a new session that starts Monday.

A lawyer for Speaker Bill Barisoff told B.C. Supreme Court Judge Elizabeth Bennett that the Speaker's staff have worked weekends and given up vacations to fulfil a defence request to unearth old MLA emails that may be related to the case....."

What pure, unadulterated codswallop.


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