Tuesday, July 16, 2013

This Day In Snookland (ctd)....Apparently, The Quick Wins X Dollars/Job Offer E-Mail Was Acted Upon.


Earlier today we noted that Christy Clark stood on the steps of the Legislature and said that the Email that instructed various and assorted sundry agents in her government to, essentially, bribe a former government employee was never acted upon.

Thus, once again, the Premier of British Columbia was claiming no harm no foul.

Except, this evening Cassidy Olivier of The Province followed up on a  Global Tee-Vee interview with the following:

...Sepideh Sarrafpour, a former government liaison contractor and one-time honorary liaison to former multiculturalism minster Harry Bloy, confirmed to the Province that she was the person referenced in a government email the subject of heated debate this week.

“Yeah it is me,” Sarrafpour told The Province Tuesday. “They were talking about me.”...

{snippety doo-dah}

Sarrafpour would not elaborate on what information she had that would be damaging to the premier or the party when contacted by The Province. And, in an interview with Global B.C. that aired Tuesday, she denied every being offered money.

Yet in the same interview, she confirmed that she did, at one point, meet with Bloy and a job was offered....


What will be the channel-changer this time, we can't help but wonder?



Anonymous said...

Where is Gawker when you need them?

e.a.f. said...

Gawker can't help. B.C. is too far gone. Anyother jurisdiction there might be an investigation. Not in B.C. Remember the RCMP? Remember the lieberals?

Anonymous said...


What do they say...where there's life there's hope???

Anonymous said...

To be fair to the preemy, the one thing she is really good at is lying.

RossK said...


If Gawker flew in today...They'd send a limosine anyway...Speaking of which...Trapped in Pearson Airport today...The Gawker-scared junk mags already have the story of Mr. Montieth's 'last days' on all their front covers...


Hope springs eternally.



A most excellent point you make...And why isn't there a reality show built around that skillset (or am I missing something on TLC already)?