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Wednesday, May 09, 2007 

'Heads Should Roll' In Saskatchewan's Official Opposition Party - Says Minister

Senior Saskatchewan Cabinet Minister Pat Atkinson says that 'heads should roll' in the Official Opposition for misleading the Legislature and the press over when they came into possession of stolen Regina City Police reports.

CBC Saskatchewan reports:
"For the past two weeks, the official Opposition has been raising concerns about an apparent fraud in the NDP caucus office back in 1992. Among the documents it tabled in the legislature, and handed over to the police, were (stolen) police reports from 1992 and 1994.

Until now, they've maintained that they first received the documents at the beginning of this session, which began March 7.

But Saskatchewan Party MLA Ken Krawetz, who has led the attack in the legislature about the NDP caucus money, is now saying that upon review, that wasn't the full story".

CBC Saskatchewan

Were these documents gathered illegally?

Is it illegal to possess them or is it illegal to gather them?

Who was the Judas in the NDP caucus office that had a copy of the report?

"Bourassa (Regina City Police spokesperson) said that the police reports in question were printed off the department's computer system in 1994, but it is not clear whether the reproduction was initially legitimate and then the reports fell into the wrong hands.

Regina police do view the records, which have been tabled in the legislature, as their property and Bourassa asked anyone who has a copy to return it.

"We know that people expect us to maintain confidentiality when they are speaking to our officers," Bourassa said. "People do part with very, very sensitive information sometimes and there certainly is a public expectation that we protect that information."

The RPC asked the Saskatchewan Party to REMOVE the material from their website and to return all paper copies to the police.

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