From Barnum, Bailey and Schreiber...
There's a refrigerator-size safe in the basement at 24 Sussex Drive?**********
RELATED: Now that McSlippery's been implicated...
I agree... we should have a public enquiry.
The letter was obtained through Access to Information by York University professor David Noble, an outspoken and somewhat controversial history prof who has had issues with Tanenbaum in the past.*
"As far as I am concerned this letter seems like a smoking gun," Noble told the Sun yesterday.
The letter, he suggests, puts the premier, for the first time, in the middle of the slush fund decision-making process.
"All I want to see happen is a public inquiry to see if this was done properly," Noble said.