Monday, May 07, 2012

The Six Million Dollar Deal Revisited...Who Will Take Over For Mr. Loukidelis?


From Jonathan Fowlie's most cryptic report in Friday's VSun:

"Deputy Attorney-General David Loukidelis is leaving the B.C. government...

{snippety doo-dah}

...In his note Friday (May 4/12) (Christy Clark's Deputy Minister John) Dyble said Assistant Deputy Attorney General Richard Fyfe will take over the job as of June 16..."

Why does this matter?

Stay tuned....

Oh, and if you have a moment, you may want to read The Dean's latest, rushed out on a Monday, for a little background....



Anonymous said...

I am so appreciative of your writing on this -

One thing to remember about Graham Whitmarsh -

Before moving into the BC Liberal department of Finance, Whitmarsh worked at Harmony Airlines. The same company where Gary Collins landed when he resigned from the government in 2004.

I find it interesting that Whitmarsh negotiated a deal to end the Basi-Virk trial on the eve of Collins' appearance on the witness stand ~

RossK said...

Thanks Anon--

Wrote about that at the time as well



Anonymous said...

Who actually thieved and sold the BCR? Christy knows a lot about the corruption and theft...she was Deputy Minister. Six million is a pittance, to the theft of the entire railroad and the priceless Real Estate that went with the BCR.

The Campbell/Clark BC Liberals all supported the theft and sale. Van Dongen, said not a peep about Campbell's theft. He was right there when the corrupt sale went down. What has he got to say about that? There is a lot of, el torro poopoo, about that shady deal of the traitor Campbell.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, thanks RossK!!!
You had it figured out Oct 21, 2010, the day after the deal went through! Thanks for the link back!

RossK said...

Thanks Anon-Above.

Thing is, all of this stuff has been pretty much laying out there in full public view all this time.

Interesting how a couple of questions from one MLA with, potentially, a bit of an axe to grind can get the puff-up proMedia punditry all in a lather 18 months after the fact (and a good 3 years after they called we, the amateurs who have been paying attention 'cultists').