Consider the Guelph Ontario robocall case dead in the water after this stunning revelation:
Some of the most damaging evidence against a Guelph man in the middle of the robocall scandal was based on an error made by an Elections Canada investigator, court records show.
“In an earlier (sworn affidavit) I wrote that Sona called McBain ‘about a campaign of disinformation such as making a misleading poll-moving call,’” Mathews wrote in a footnote on page 30 of the 36-page document. “On checking I realize that in both interviews Mr. McBain … did not recall Sona as relating the call to ‘disinformation’ or about a ‘misleading poll moving call,’ only that he wanted to set up an autodial call that would not track back to the Burke campaign.” (see here)
And I imagine a lawsuit will soon follow.