DID ROBERT GHIZ AND NEIL STEWART COMMIT A CRIME?

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9 Responses to DID ROBERT GHIZ AND NEIL STEWART COMMIT A CRIME?

  1. Anonymous says:

    stinking piece of business by the ELECTED GOVERNMENT officials of P.E.I . To much of this slimy work being done here and no one being made answer for it .

  2. Anonymous says:

    stinking piece of business by the ELECTED GOVERNMENT officials of P.E.I . To much of this slimy work being done here and no one being made answer for it .

  3. William A Burden says:

    This was a long read but a fascinating one on so many levels. I believe your assessment and conclusions to be bullet-proof and paint a dismal picture of the corruption inherent in out political system. I worked for the Province back in the nineties when stricter guidelines were being developed and implemented in every Department due to the volume of information being created and shared. At that time specific employees were being hired in records management. The actions directed by these so-called Public Servants is an obvious circumvention of well established information policies and I am completely baffled by ITSS’s role of implementing these directives, knowing full well that it was a contravention of policy with potentially legal consequences. RCMP Officer Shaw’s responses to your questions demonstrates a level of ignorance to logical policy that fails to inspire confidence in his ability to exercise to any great degree, his investigative role. The public deserves better.

  4. luc3ky says:

    An excellent piece of investigative journalism, Kevin! Good job! Is this report available for download?

    • Thanks! I’m actually going to spend a couple of hours this afternoon reformatting it as a pdf file which will be available for download. I’ll put a link to the PDF at the top of this page when it’s ready.

      • Bad apples DO spoil the whole barrel says:

        Two common things take place in the PEI justice system: judge-shopping and RCMP-shopping. People know what’s going on now and how the corrupt practices are conducted. Even the billionaire POTUS (PRESIDENT of the United States) is getting caught up in his own tangled web.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Kevin thank you for your detailed investigation which shines some light on this dark time in our political history. I feel dismayed and concerned about the RCMP investigation or lack thereof into this matter.

  6. Barb MacFarlane says:

    Thank you, Kevin. What an interesting read. Sergeant Shaw’s floundering explanation is unbelievable! Given your investigation, it is hard to come to any other conclusion than that there was a deliberate attempt to thwart justice.

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