Monthly Archives: November 2007

More to come

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That’s it for the week.  The day wrapped up at 1500 hours (3 pm).  Pierre Landry finished his testimony.  Garry Guzzo took the stand – his examination in chief wrapped up and cross-examination commenced.  He will be back at 1300 … Continue reading

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Throwing in the towel

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The Coalition has pulled the plug. Carson Chisholm addressed commission this morning.  Reading from a prepared text he said the Coalition is “throwing in the towel”– it was too far behind the eight ball  to participate.  Carson called the inquiry … Continue reading

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Demonstration

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Hearings resume at 0930 hours (9:30 am) this morning, Friday 30 November 2007.  Pierre Ladnry will continue his testimony.  I think but am uncertain if Garry Guzzo will take the stand after Landry’s cross-examination is completed. A reminder that there … Continue reading

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Unconscionable

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I have been advised there will be a demonstration at 10:30 am tomorrow morning (Friday 30 November 2007) in front of Jim Brownell’s constituency office, 404 Montreal Road, Cornwall. All are invited to join. Those who wish to bring signs … Continue reading

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Excuses

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An early lunch break today, Thursday 29 November 2007. Off to lunch at noon. Hearings will resume at 1330 hours (1:30 PM). Peter Sirrs examination in chief is finished. It seems the hope is that cross-examination will conclude today. If … Continue reading

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Bear with

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Hearings resume at 0930 hours (09:30 am), this morning Thursday, 29 November 2007. Peter Sirrs, formerly an employee of Correctional Services and former area director for Cornwall probation services will continue his examination in chief. To date we have heard … Continue reading

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Thoroughly disgusting

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Hearings resume at 0930 hours (09:30 am), Thursday, 29 November 2007. Peter Sirrs, formerly an employee of Correctional Services and former area director for Cornwall probation services will continue his examination in chief. Sirrs took the stand this afternoon after … Continue reading

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Astounding

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Did you catch that?  The Cornwall Police Service has received funding nearly DOUBLE that of all other parties with funding COMBINED!!!! According to Justice Glaude the eight parties with funding received a total of $2.75M to October of this year.  … Continue reading

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Very very strange

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Hearings resume at 0930 hours EST (9:30 am) this morning, Wednesday 28 November 2007.  Doug Seguin returns to resume his cross-examination by Dallas Lee (Victims group). Yes, Doug Seguin’s testimony continues!  Difficult to listen to and difficult to watch. The … Continue reading

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Same man?

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One more thing. Doug Seguin has cited Gary Lalonde as a volunteer at the probation office where Ken Seguin worked. I see Lalonde’s name elsewhere on my site. Is this the same man? Sylvia (corn[email protected])

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