As a result of Claude Legault’s testimony yesterday I began digging into some facts regarding the projecttruth.com website. Legault testified that he viewed and downloaded material from the site 08 August 2000. He also testified that he monitored the site for the following week or so until it shut down.
Impossible. The site had ceased to exist per se as of 02 August 2000. There was nothing on the projectturth.com after 01 August 2000 site aside from a notification of closure. No Ron Leroux affidavit. No other affidavits. Nothing.
What was Mr. Legault looking at? No idea. But he did not read Ron Leroux’s affidavit on the website.
As I looked back I realized Jos van Diepen made the same claim. He testified and was adamant he had viewed the website and the information related to him.
I am, quite frankly, surprised that these errors in testimony have passed unchallenged. What difference – if any – it makes to the grand scheme of things I have no idea, but, the bottom line is it is impossible that anyone read any affidavits on the projectruth.com website in early August 2000.
I have been putting some of this information together, as much for my own reference as for clarification.
Note that those planning to attend proceedings at Ontario Divisional Court in Toronto 20 February 2008 should get plans and ride-sharing under way. Once agin start time is 10 am.
Will Perry be there? If he is arrested he will be there. My gut feel is the powers that be will do their all in their power to get him there. The lynching must proceed.
If Perry is arrested and brought before the court, Helen will be there. She will not leave Perry’s side. She has been there all along. She will walk the final leg of this surreal journey by his side.
If Perry is arrested and transported to Toronto his airfare will of course be taken care of. Helen, on the other hand, will be on her own and left to finance her airfare, room and board. And, of course, since Justice Glaude began his efforts to force Perry to take the stand at the inquiry, Perry’s work life has essentially been put on hold: no work, no income.
Those who can help the Dunlops financially should make donations into the Trust Fund or can mail cheques – made to either Perry or Helen – directly to their home.
Enough for now,