Here's another of those .... the Fix was in moments but Christy Clark's GCPE have done Zero.....
This morning's edition of the Province had this headline on page A8, "PRIME-BC database draws ire" which made those here at the BBC stop, and take a deep breath, to calm ourselves down.
Just how did a convicted Terrorist, a convicted attempted murderer, one Jaspal Atwal make it into Kevin Falcon's Budget Speech, in the BC Legislature, without being stopped by the RCMP's PRIME-BC database?
Or more to the point, has everyone who attended this very much official BC Legislature function, now had their names, entered into PRIME-BC?
Why ask the previous question?
In the Province newspaper, Sam Cooper wrote:
The restaurant staff had apparently called the police after the table guest stopped to talk to a suspected gang member as he left the restaurant.
The officers admitted they had entered all the diners' names into a police database, which would prove to be PRIME-BC.
Are restaurant staff being paid by Police to tip them off as to who has talked to whom?
Are waiters/waitresses worthy of that handsome TIP for services by paying customers, to then have their customers names sent along to the police, secretly?
Just what does Rich Coleman's BYOB + corkage fee entail....a Larger TIP from the RCMP?
Wouldn't you like to know if there's been a duplication of names, related to the BC Rail Trial's early beginnings, from before the raid on the Legislature in late December of 2003, till now, all nicely tallied up in Attorney General/Solicitor General Bond's lap, and wrapped up in the secrecy of a PRIME-BC database?