Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Crude Humour

From a regular reader:


  • Hang on!

    I object to a personal attack on steve. Think of how distressed his family will be if they see stuff like this.

    By Blogger JimTan, at 5:29 p.m.  

  • Brilliant! Just brilliant!

    By Blogger Devin Johnston, at 5:35 p.m.  

  • Wow. He better cover those up or Bernier will start picking out dresses for him.

    By Anonymous Julie, at 7:01 p.m.  

  • Here’s an update on Bernier’s Couillard in today’s Globe and Mail. The opposition wasn’t just attacking Bernier because of politics.

    RCMP knew Couillard's biker ties; won't say if Ottawa was warned House starts hearing into security risks CAMPBELL CLARK AND TU THANH HA
    From Wednesday's Globe and Mail
    June 11, 2008 at 1:34 AM EDT

    A former CSIS agent, Michel Juneau-Katsuya, testified that he believes an RCMP investigation is required because media reports and Ms. Couillard's own words indicate that she not only had extensive relationships with criminal figures, but that she sought contacts with politicians and Mr. Bernier in particular.

    Organized-crime groups have tried to place moles inside government institutions, he testified, and the pattern of her behaviour seemed like “a classic recruitment operation.”

    The RCMP officers would not say whether they are investigating the Bernier-Couillard affair or Ms. Couillard.

    But Mr. Paulson said the RCMP can be trusted to be on top of concerns that organized crime might try to infiltrate government.
    “We're aware of that, and we do a lot to try and prevent that,” he said.

    Le Devoir has reported that, in 2007, Ms. Couillard took part in a fundraising cocktail party for the Tory riding association of Châteauguay-Saint-Constant, south of Montreal.

    The paper reported that she asked riding association president André Turcot if government officials and business people would attend, saying she wanted contacts for her real estate business – although the Montreal company she said she represented has denied that she worked for them.

    Mr. Turcot told the paper she donated $1,000 – but the cheque bounced.

    Before that, however, it was not only links with bikers that brought her to the attention of police.According to court documents, she and her home were under surveillance during an RCMP drug investigation in 1998.
    Tipped by a confidential source, the Mounties also watched as she visited her father's apartment in Laval. Days later, they raided the flat and found 496 cannabis plants, four boxes of dried marijuana leaves and a hydroponic installation.

    Ms. Couillard testified that she sometimes paid her father's rent and visited him once or twice a week but didn't notice the grow-op. Her father later pleaded guilty to drug possession.
    At the time of the drug raid, she was married to Stéphane Sirois, an ex-member of the Hells Angels affiliate, the Rockers. She had previously dated Gilles Giguère, a loan shark associated with the Hells Angels who was killed in 1996. The couple were arrested by the Wolverine anti-biker squad in 1995, although Ms. Couillard was not charged.

    Between 1991 and 1993, she dated Tony Volpato, a drug importer associated with the Mafia, La Presse has reported.

    By Blogger JimTan, at 12:30 a.m.  

  • It's funny, but the first time I saw it I thought of those little coin robots where you put the quarter on the hand and it ate it.

    By Blogger Matthew Naylor, at 2:32 a.m.  

  • Funny photos,haha

    By Anonymous tuxedo best, at 9:42 a.m.  

  • By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2:54 p.m.  

  • The guy is absolutely fair, and there is no suspicion.

    By Anonymous, at 9:01 a.m.  

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