Thursday, December 13, 2007

Schreiber's last stand: B-b-b-benoît and the Jets

Yes, it's your congenitally late Schreiber-blogger kitty, returning with her head hung in shame, as it's taken her far too long to organize her notes from Tuesday's proceedings. Yes, Karlheinz Schreiber returned to the Commons Ethics committee for the fourth time on Tuesday, Dec 11. As with the three previous meetings (Nov 29, Dec 4, and Dec 6), quote at your own risk ;) I hope you find these notes useful: I've added links to documents, articles and Schreiber's previous testimony.

If you're looking for proper live-blogging, look no further than Kady O'Malley's blog at Maclean's. The National Post's Jeremy Barker also did a wonderful job of blogging the hearing.

You can find my notes at my not-so-live-blog "Foul Deeds," in eight parts:
Tomorrow, tomorrow, and tomorrow...we get Mulroney!

Oh, shit. Just realized it's already Thursday morning. I'd better get to bed! Mulroney's up, avec famille, at 09.00h! Night night!

Photo credits: and Don Burleson blog. Don't worry! The pics will make more sense when you read the notes ;)


Blogger Alison said...

Interesting to read this again after having listened to Muldoon today. There is so little overlap between their separate accounts, I can't imagine that the committee will be able to reach any conclusions at all. What is needed is a proper inquiry with the political posturing taken out in which questioners can follow a line of line of inquiry to a conclusion. Doubt we're going to get it though.

12/14/2007 5:30 AM  

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