Ex-Lib minister, Lib Party donor sat on Lib MLA Kash Heed prosecutor panel

The whitewash of the special prosecutor who “exonerated” Liberal MLA Kash Heed (see here) was completed today by a Law Society panel made up of former Liberal MLA Claude Richmond and lawyer Peter B. Lloyd who donated $7,500 to the Liberals in 2008.

“Mr. Richmond is in a unique position to bring home to Mr. Robertson in a clear way the very serious consequences of his wrong doing,” said the Law Society’s Chief Legal Officer Deborah Armour. “It’s not about politics, it’s about the government.”

This is the perfect ironic ending to this circus where a special prosecutor didn’t think there was anything wrong with ruling on a person who he had given a political donation being let off the hook by those who have an even larger conflict-of-interest.

Only in BC…(see here)


2 Responses to “Ex-Lib minister, Lib Party donor sat on Lib MLA Kash Heed prosecutor panel”

  1. Frances Says:

    Ah, BC politics – following in the stellar example of the B C stock exchange. I well remember the days when Howe Street was described as the only street which was shady on both sides.

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