Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Anyone know?

Good Day Readers:

Last Saturday at a preliminary hearing of the Douglas Inquiry Mr. Alex Chapman was granted leave by the Review Panel (3 judges 2 lawyers) to retain a lawyer at public expense to assist in the preparation of his application for intervener status. The formal part of the Inquiry is not expected to begin until sometime during September that is IF if at all. We say IF because Lori Douglas' legal fees are and will be paid under terms of The Judges Act code for taxpayers. There is nothing what-so-ever preventing her from resigning on the eve of the Inquiry opening its formal hearings.

Here's what we'd like to know. Given star witness Alex Chapman will more than likely be subpoenaed to testify does this not constitute a potential conflict of interest. Anyone know?

Clare L. Pieuk


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