Clerk swears affadavit on missing documents related to $100 million Olympic loan
One of the city clerks who works with the councillors has sworn an affidavit saying that the missing documents relating the the $100-million Olympic loan turned up in B.C. Lee’s office at a different time than he has said.
Cecelia Lee says B.C. Lee called her into his office around 4 p.m. on Oct. 16, two days after they went missing, and said he had just found the missing documents. on his desk But until now, everyone has said they didn’t turn up until later in the day.
Based on that evidence, city “investigators” had been looking at who came in to the secured area where councillors’ offices were in the early evening. Some mischievous soul in “upper management” at the city, according to a TV report last night, leaked the news that only two councillors had used their card-swipe keys at that point and one of them was Raymond Louie.
and it goes on...
Besides being another bizarre twist in this whole story, this latest chapter is also another sign of how much damage is being wreaked at city hall. City managers are clearly leaking negative information about Vision councillors to the media; now city staff are getting embroiled.
This can’t end well.