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More courtdate updates:

(1)  Father Albert Laisnez (Archdiocese of Edmonton, Alberta)

06 February 2015:  09:30 am, in arraignment court, Edmonton Court of Queen’s Bench ( 1A Sir Winston Churchill Square , Edmonton, AB)

(2) Eric Dejeager omi (former Oblate priest who was laicized but is still an Oblate)

06 February 2015: 09:30 am, in arraignment court, Edmonton Court of Queen’s Bench ( 1A Sir Winston Churchill Square , Edmonton, AB)

(3)  Deacon William Kokesch (Archdiocese of Montreal)

Sorry, but no news yet on this one, and not for lack of trying.  On Monday I talked to staff, left name and number and was told I would have a callback within 24 hours.

No call, so today I tried again with the Crown’s office.  I have left a message and am again awaiting a callback.  Cross fingers 🙂

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There are a few more articles posted on the Cornwall inquiry website (theinquiry.ca).  As I get articles and information back up I try to make note on the Home page.  Sometimes that’s not possible because the addition entails adding text as I work on the page, but a lot of the additions are listed there.  Keep an eye on the page for what’s been added, and, as before, I ask that you please click your way through them and the site itself as often as you can that the  information will once again be found on searches.

Added  today are the following:

09 April 2001:  Complaint to Canadian Judicial Council re judges at Leduc trial (Cover letter)

Appendix A:  Justice Colin McKinnon (Appendix A to CJC complaint)

19 January 2001:  Web site posting ‘damaged’ jury trial ; Court spectator scolded for forcing switch to judge alone

02 March 2001:  “Judge made right decision” with commentary by Dick Nadeau

21 September 2006:  One Year Into Cornwall Inquiry Stonewall-Cover-Up Goes Higher (Re connections. Inquiry costs & Father Frank Morrissey and the now Father Jeff King advice to bishops in mid to late ’80s)

I will hopefully get the compliant to the Canadian Judicial finished today.  I am trying to get as much key information as possible posted about the Leduc trial so that you can truly see why Justice Terence Platana – who has Cornwall connections and whom we now know is a deacon in the Roman Catholic Church – should never have taken the bench at the “second” trial of Cornwall lawyer and Church canon lawyer Jacques Leduc.  I strayed a little from that objective in posting 21 September 2006:  One Year Into Cornwall Inquiry Stonewall-Cover-Up Goes Higher , but came across the article  and decided to post it now rather than go hunting for it later.

Enough for now,

Sylvia

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