Thursday, April 20, 2006

It wasn't me!

Tansi/Good Day Folks:

Don't know anything more than what appears below. All I can tell you is it wasn't me! Wonder if the police had a search warrant? This is starting to sound more and more like Stalinist Russia! Assuming it's true, and I have no reason to think otherwise, wonder after which documents "our City's finest" were inquiring. An educated guess? Those pertaining to the headquarters alleged Employment Insurance scandal everyone on the internet has been talking about recently. If true it's potentially explosive and hughly embarrassing for the MMF.

Clare L. Pieuk
From: "Ferg"
To: "clare"
Sent: April 20, 2006 7:30 PM
Attach: Document.rtf

----- Original Message -----
From: Ferg
To: david
Cc: derryl
Sent: Thursday, April 20, 2006 7:27 PM

A Metis Blogger was visited by the Winnipeg Police today to enquire about stolen MMF Inc. documents. This is very disturbing! What material at any MMF Inc. Offices throughout the province could be secret? Every document is a public document and must be available to all Metis citizens who request access to information of a particular nature.

This abuse of authority by the Federation's Board of Directors must not be tolerated - such behaviour smacks of desperation! The federal government is on record as supporting wistleblower protection legislation. The MMF would be wise to do the same.

Fortunat Guiboche


Blogger Frank Godon said...

Mr Guibouche, it doesn't matter who or what corporation is public, any files pertaining to personal information, such as was in the files, copied, or stolen, are in deed confidential. Even if there is discrepincees (sp?)and evidence of law breaking, they are still confidential and those in possesion can be prosecuted.

A good example is provincial agency's who now need a signed letter to release even your address on file. They are public corporations. The MMF is no different.

6:15 AM  

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