Father Robert Couture‘s next court-date is
13 June 2014: 09:30 am, courtroom #3, “to set a date,” Windsor Superior Court of Justice (245 Windsor Avenue), Windsor, Ontario
There is a good chance there will be several of these dates which are “to set a date.” It could and probably will take a bit of time before an actual trial date is set.
Also scheduled for a court date at the same time in the same Windsor courthouse – and I do believe the same courtroom – this Friday 13 June is Father Linus Bastien, and this also “to set a date”:
13 June 2014: 09:30 am, to set a date, Windsor Superior Court of Justice ( 245 Windsor Avenue), Windsor, Ontario
I don’t have the court room number for Father Bastien but I am 99% sure it will be courtroom #3, I’m not going to check on that – it’s easy enough to do on arrival at the courthouse plus I really do believe it will be in courtroom #3
There is a good possibility that neither priest will be present for these proceedings which tend to be over and done with in the twinkle of an eye, and often are no more than setting up another court-date, again “to set a date.”
I carry on with getting theinquiry.ca sorted out. I think – hope! – I am back on track now and am getting layout sorted out again.
As you may have noticed I have been fiddling with header off and on. I will leave it for now – can;t sort out yet how to get rid of the double header. That can be taken care of later.
A reminder again to please click on the various pages and links in theinquiry.ca to let the search engines find the new site and files. There is no necessity to read the material – just click and open the links and pages.
I turned on the TV a while ago to see if the funeral for the three slain mounties was under way in Moncton. I ended up watching for a spell – then taped it and will watch this evening.
Heartbreaking. My heart was right up in in my throat.
My prayers are with all those who are suffering as a result of this terrible tragedy. May the souls of the three mounties who were shot and killed in the line of duty rest in peace.
Enough for now,