December 22, 2006

Dec. 22, 2006: Basi / Basis - Virk - Third Parties

Somewhere, among the turkey dinner, the cocktail parties, the schmoozing ... lies the shadow ... the ghost of Christmases past


Check for the words "money laundering". It is too late to do more but I seem to remember the words. Maybe it is only because this affected banks and a securities company , not just BC Rail and the BC government. Note the alternate spelling of Basi / Basis. FHTR


Website: The Legislature Raids

Header: Why did R.C.M.P. and Victoria police raid the B.C. Legislature on 28 December 2003? Why is the public left without answers to that question? Let's share what we know.



December 19, 2006
New delay raises fears of a Fall trial

Fraud trial hits another snag , Mark Hume, Globe and Mail BC edition, 19 December 2006

bctrialofbasi-virk.blogspot.com/2006/12
/new-delay-raises-fears-of-fall-trial.html#links


December 18, 2006
Vancouver Supreme Court Criminal List. Charges 9 and 10. And in December 2004, after charges laid, Attorney General Geoff Plant telephones the media.


Vancouver Law Courts
Public Access Supreme Court Criminal List
, Date: 18 December 2006

bctrialofbasi-virk.blogspot.com/2006/12/
vancouver-supreme-court-criminal-list.html#links

Note: there is an alternate spelling for Basi / Basis ... and that this begins with Count 9.

Also, in "disclosing confidential government documents and confidential government information" ... who were the "interested third parties" mentioned?




[....] Two counts against two of the men in more detail:
Count 9

Udhe Singh (Dave) BASIS and Bobby Singh VIRK, between the 1st day of April, 2002 and the 28th day of December, 2003, at or near Victoria, or elsewhere in the Province of British Columbia, did by deceit, falsehood or other fraudulent means, defraud Canadian National Railway Company, Canadian Pacific Railway, CIBC World Markets Inc., and the Government of British Columbia, of an amount exceeding $5,000.00, by recklessly putting at risk the bidding process for the Freight Division of BC Rail in disclosing to interested third parties confidential government documents and confidential government information including Cabinet confidences, contrary to Section 380(1)(a) of the Criminal Code.

Count 10

Udhe Singh (Dave) BASIS and Bobby Singh VIRK, between the 1st day of January, 2003 and the 28th day orf December, 2003, at or near Victoria, or elsewhere in the Province of British Columbia, did by deceit, falsehood or other fraudulent means, defraud(1)Macquarie North America Ltd. and OmniTRAX Inc.,(2)a consortium which included Canadian National Railway Company, Canadian Pacific Railway and the Vancouver Port Authority,(3)TD Securities Inc., and(4)the Government of British Columbia, of an amount exceeding $5,000.00, by recklessly putting at risk the bidding process for the Port Subdivision of BC Rail in disclosing to interested third parties confidential government documents and confidential government information including Cabinet confidences, contrary to Section 380(1)(a) of the Criminal Code. [....]


Digression: For more on this, check past posts on Frost Hits the Rhubarb and / or News Junkie Canada from December, 2003, 2004 or 2005. If time allows, I'll check and update later. Also, there were posts on FHTR lately, which mentioned TD Securities Inc.
Note: misdated

Dec. 21, 2006: Banks Globalization Mergers
Mis-dated: This should have been Dec. 21, 2006, not Dec. 20, 2006.

frosthitstherhubarb.blogspot.com/2006/12
/dec-21-2006-banks-globalization.html

I believe there was also mention of banks and TD Securities Inc. here:

Dec. 11, 2006: Propinquity -- Toronto Dominion / TD and more on international banking

frosthitstherhubarb.blogspot.com/2006/12
/dec-11-2006-propinquity.html

End of Digression



To return to "The Legislature Raids"

Christmas is that time of year news hounds find a plethora of news that may be overlooked ... Christmas is such a busy time ... but that is when some news topics just expand ... akin to "They just growed and growed, like Topsy."

There is good information on this website which expands into BC Rail and more, if you link, but I wanted to bring to your attention this:

Anne Cameron, on hearing of the Tsawwassen land deal , Dec 10, 06

bctrialofbasi-virk.blogspot.com/2006/12/
anne-cameron-on-hearing-of-tsawwassen.html#links




[....] The FlimFlam men have come to town and they've been made welcome. It's Doctor Do NoGood's travelling snake oil show, come one come all. Dig in your pocket, buy a bottle of this elixir, drink it and do not notice your wetlands are being drained, your forests shaved, your children dumbed down and your politicians are hand-in-glove with the corporations. All the way to the top.

Steve is going to pour millions into a plan to assess the types and amounts of toxic chemicals being poured into the environment. That doesn't mean he's going to make them stop pouring, it just means a new bureaucracy, keeping track (more or less and probably more less than more more) of what it is has inflated the rate of childhood chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.

But not to worry. Because both levels of government are going to "do something" about the starving homeless on Vancouver streets and have the streets clean before 2010 when the world comes to watch the privileged play winter games. And THAT is going to mean that small towns in remote areas have a surge in population as these poor b*****ds * are deported to areas where they won't be seen by the moneyed crowd when it arrives. It would be quicker and cheaper to just gas the bastards but if anyone noticed we'd be in warm water so we'll do our own polite version of ethic cleansing and send 'em to Spuzzum or Horsefly or Leaky Gumboot or Patched Elbow. Well, not Patched Elbow, that's in Saskabush.

YA BIN HAD!! YER STILL BEIN HAD!!

Is it an accident? Who profits?
[....]


Forgive my bit of editing with the asterisks. Bud has. (*) I assume, also, that BC Mary also wishes all a Merry Christmas, and fruitful reading. Good stuff, BC Mary!

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