Fallout spreads from EUB’s use of private investigators

Fallout spreads from EUB’s use of private investigators by Jim Farrell, with files from Archie McLean, June 27, 2007, The Edmonton Journal
The lawyers called the alleged eavesdropping an “egregious invasion of solicitor-client privilege.” … Last week, after talking on the phone with AEUB chairman Brad McManus, Energy Minister Mel Knight said the matter was essentially closed and that no one will be disciplined. … A more thorough investigation might show there was more at stake than just systems and procedures, said NDP energy critic David Eggen. “There are hundreds of millions of dollars on the table. People have spied for a lot less and there are a lot of dirty deeds that have been done in the name of security.”

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