Well, I am at a total loss right now to sort out what exactly is happening as far as the Nathan Labatt case is concerned. Thank goodness someone brought my attention to the following article in Discover Humboldt:
04 July 2016: Labatt Adjourns Matters Again in HPC
First, before I carry on, an advisory to anyone who planned to attend all or part of a three-day-trial in Kamsack, Saskatchewan: there is NO trial next week! I don’t know when it was cancelled (or postponed?) but I did speak to someone at the courthouse today and was told there is no trial booked in Kamsack, but that there is a court date booked for next week:
12 July 2016: 09:30 am, “to be spoken to,” Kamsack, Saskatchewan, courthouse, 120 Smith St. E., Kamsack
Meanwhile, as you see from thew above article, other charges have been winding through the Humboldt courthouse. And, further charges are pending from Regina, Saskatchewan.
I am in the process of trying to sort this all out. For now, I can only say that there seem to be two sets of charges on the go right now – one set in Kamsack, and another set in Humboldt. The three-day trial previously scheduled to commence in Kamsack Sask is no longer on record and instead there is a “to be spoken to” courtdate (in Kamsack) on 12 July ’16. Furthermore, there was a two-day trial scheduled for 30-31 March 2016 in Humboldt but for whatever reason that never got off the ground. And, finally, as you see in that news report, it seems there are more charges in the offing from Regina.
How convoluted is this?
Anyway, a reminder again that there is no trial next week in Kamscack.
I will try to get this all sorted out next week.
Please keep the complainants in your prayers
A TRIAL date has been set for Father Denis Vaillancourt, the former Chancellor of the Diocese of Alexandria-Cornwall. Three days have been booked:
13-15 June 2017: 10 am, TRIAL Cornwall Ontario courthouse (29 Second St. W.)
Note that the trial is next year (2017), and that it will be held in CORNWALL at the Cornwall courthouse.
Please, as always, keep the complainant in your prayers .
Enough for now,