11 September 2012

That cruel, libellous Stephen Harp...

...wait a minute...

• OTTAWA • Outspoken New Democrat MP Pat Martin is asking the public for money to defend himself against a lawsuit by RackNine, the Edmonton company he accused of being responsible for vote-suppressing robocalls in last year’s federal election.

Through the Pat Martin Legal Defence Fund website, the Winnipeg MP will try to raise $250,000.

In February, Martin accused RackNine CEO Matt Meier and the company of being behind the robocalls that saw voters misdirected to non-existent polling locations during the May 2011 election, denouncing “hundreds of thousands of phony phone calls by the RackNine rascals.”
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RELATED: Robo-calling, robo-calling...

...that sounds so familiar. Oh right... for all the media thunder & lightning... there has been ONE SINGLE CONVICTION...
The Liberal riding association in Guelph has been issued a $4,900 penalty by the federal broadcast regulator for sending out unsolicited robo-calls during the 2011 election campaign.


4 comments:

WTF said...

Maybe Ken Dryden etal should get together with Martin and they could pay off their leadership debts ;-)

Neo Conservative said...

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dryden had better start pimping himself out on the street...

NHL hockey Hall of Famer Ken Dryden is in a similar situation. The six-time Stanley Cup champion was on the hook for $360,000, according to Dec. 31 filings with Elections Canada.

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TangoJuliette said...

dryden is a lawyer, no? is this why EC has given him, and the rest of the losers, six YEARS +, rather than the six MONTHS stipulated by EC?? Or is the "extension after extension" simply because Kenny's not a conservative???

Neo Conservative said...

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yet another case of special rules for special people.

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