Sask MSM Finally Breaks Its Silence On Coverage Of Possible Theft Of PC Trust Fund By Wall's Saskatchewan Party
"A three-member panel from the Court of Appeal reserved its decision Thursday on whether the Saskatchewan Party will remain a defendant in an ongoing lawsuit launched by the provincial Progressive Conservative Party in 2007. The case revolves around an allegation that Saskatchewan Party employees or caucus members conspired with five trustees of the PC party's estimated $2.9 million trust fund to deprive the revived party of money it needed to run PC candidates in the 2007 provincial election."
"Given the gravity of the issue, Wall's convenient absence when reporters wanted to ask him about this issue, and Justice Minister Don Morgan's nonsense that his party does not comment on matters before the courts, are simply unacceptable. (Really, sir? You and your party in Opposition never asked the NDP about matters before the courts, such as Spudco or the Murdoch Carriere case?)Setting aside the NDP's eagerness to score political points, the Saskatchewan Party clearly owes the public an explanation of its involvement with the fund."
Saskatoon Star Phoenix