As many bloggers have suspected for months, there’s no serious investigation into over 230 ridings across Canada regarding the robocalls scandal. Elections Canada is supposed to be working on more than 1300 credible complaints of fraudulent phonecalls during the 2011 general election on May 2, but they can only produce homework done on one riding (Guelph). This is a bloody scandal; evidence that our democracy (electoral system) isn’t being defended by the Elections Canada commissioner it’s been entrusted to.
Elections Canada has effectively ignored sweeping reports that our electoral system was under attack by still unknown Conservative-supporters pretending to be Elections Canada in hundreds of ridings, and Liberals in 1 (Guelph) who fessed-up to illegal robocalls that failed to identify the source of their issue-based call. Almost two years since the crime took place, is too long to pass before the Federal Court hears the Council of Canadians’ evidence regarding 7 ridings’ elections which included demonstrable irregularities that could have changed the result on election night.
This means my collection of facts, recordings, production orders, is probably as much evidence as Elections Canadas’ professional investigators have amassed. Still on the to-get list is CIMS’ backup from April and May of last year, and the RMG call logs [link added Nov. 5, ’12] to prove or disprove the Thunder Bay affidavit by the former RMG employee.
RoboCon can be solved like a math proof.
I’m not talking about Jean Chretien’s proof definition, I mean using facts and accepted logical inference rules to connect those facts into a proof that shows the Conservatives were behind the bulk of illegal calls (all except the Liberal’s calls they confessed to).
ADDED: Look at what evidence Kady covered not long after.
Insane gloating from the man (Prescott) linked by an IP address and Proxy to the same computer Poutine used:
We know which major companies were phone calling, and what party databases they were using, and even which voters were not targeted with misdirection calls on as great a scale as Liberals, NDP, and Greens. It should not take even a month for Elections Canada to put some serious heat on the party most likely covering its tracks, yet it’s been 6 months since the story broke into the National Post in a big second wave since election day. When citizens, lawyers, and newspapers ask to see Elections Canadas’ work thus far, they are 1/230th complete, if that (after first refusing to show their work). It’s totally unacceptable, and heads had better roll. Soon.