A Conspiracy to Commit Fraud: Part 3 – The Illicit Sale of an Obsolete E-gaming Legal Opinion

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3 Responses to A Conspiracy to Commit Fraud: Part 3 – The Illicit Sale of an Obsolete E-gaming Legal Opinion

  1. Barb MacFarlane says:

    Wow, Kevin. Your detective work is amazing (not to mention time-consuming and expensive). Looking forward to Part IV.

  2. Paul MacPhail says:

    I can’t understand how someone hasn’t been charged by the RCMP yet.

    • Checker says:

      There has not been any charges because there has not been any investigation. There has been no investigation because until recently, the Premier has been the Solicitor General and Minister of Justice. It is highly unlikely he will call for and investigation soon. That what happened with the PNP as well. That also why the former Attorney General of Canada , Jody Wilson Raybould and others, has been calling for the separation of the office of the Attorney General from partisan politics. This is an initiative that has been included in the platform of the Green Party.

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