All the well known now and clearly bad politicians, civil and public servants, even bad pastors still deny their own guilt, but that realy now is no surprise,for it would be a surprise rather if they had admitted it. They still have clearly lost the respect of many citizens still.
UNPROSECUTED BAD CRIMMINALS ABOUND IN QUEBEC CAUSE CLEARLY ALSO OUR TOO OFTEN BAD LEADERS, POLITICIANS, ADMINSTRATORS THEY DO NOT WANT TO PROSECUTE THEIR OWN BAD ASSOCIATES EVEN CAUSE THEY THEMSLVES LIKLEY DO THE SAME THINGS NOW?
Ongoing Montreal Corruptions while the Police , RCMP and the Federal, Quebec Governments did nothing about it.. Exemplary Public exposure and prosecution of the guilty serves very ones best interest… too often still missing in the PROFESSIONAL BODIES, EVEN IN THE RCMP, police forces, churches, ALL GOVERNMENTS as well it seems too.
The federal Government, the RCMP, the Quebec Government, Sûreté du Québec should launch a full investigation into corruption at the Montreal City Hall and elswhere Immediately.
“The owner Lino Zambito, former head of bankrupt Infrabec construction, a now-defunct construction company has singled out one of the most powerful officials in Montreal city hall as being on the take said that former director general Robert Abdallah may have been receiving kickbacks.
Zambito said that when Infrabec was repairing sewer systems on Sherbrooke St., Abdallah ordered him to buy pipes he did not need from Tremca Group, or else he would lose the contract. Zambito argued that it was cheaper and more effective to pour concrete directly on location, but in the end agreed to buy the expensive pre-fabricated pipes, as long as Infrabec was paid extra for the unnecessary work and supplies. “If you want the project to go ahead, the pipes have to be bought form Tremca at the price you were told,” said Zambito. “We will pay you and the difference of $300,000 in the pipes, it’s the amount the men from Tremca, Mr. Caron, will have to pay Mr. Abdallah so that the project is approved by the City of Montreal.” Abdallah was center of federal scandal Abdallah resigned from his post in 2006 under a cloud of suspicion. The Federal Government, and Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s former Director of Communications, Dmitri Soudas, tried to have Abdallah hired as president of the Port of Montreal in 2007. Audio recordings obtained by the Globe and Mail and Radio-Canada showed construction company leaders Antonio ‘Tony’ Accurso and Bernard Poulin saying that Soudas was “the real boss of Quebec” and could get Abdallah named to the post. Abdallah was eventually hired by Gastier Construction, another firm owned by Accurso.
The sheer scope of the power once held by Mafia boss Vito Rizzuto has been hinted at in testimony at Quebec’s corruption inquiry. According to the testimony he once helped decide who built the roads in Quebec. A construction boss says that when there was a dispute over who should win a certain bid for roadwork, he was invited to a restaurant owned by his competitor. Sitting there, acting as mediator: the head of Canada’s Cosa Nostra.
Rizzuto was also an arbitrator Zambito also said that in many cases, Vito Rizzuto had acted as a dispute-settler between construction firms, at one point telling Zambito that his company lacked the experience necessary to rebuild Acadie Circle. Antonio Accurso, whose company won the Transport Quebec bid to rebuild the Acadie Circle, issued a written statement denying all of Zambito’s allegations. Accurso said that he never had any disagreement with Zambito, that he never asked Rizzuto to intervene on any aspect of the Acadie Circle bid, and that he never had a meeting with Rizzuto and Zambito. The Acadie Circle has flooded half a dozen times since it was rebuilt in 2004.
At the Charbonneau Commission Zambito has testified that many people working in Montreal’s City Hall were corrupt, with senior employees demanding a cut of municipal contracts. Zambito testified on Monday that he had paid $400,000 to two people as part of the price necessary to win municipal contracts. On Tuesday the Commission said it will analyze 70 separate contracts awarded by the city of Montreal.
Zambito made stunning disclosures about how construction companies colluded to divvy up city ( of Montreal) work among them and rig the prices of contract bids. A further one per cent cut, Zambito said Monday, was paid to the city engineer who approved contracts. There was a running joke that the official claimed a one per cent “GST” — the name being a tongue-in-cheek twist on the French-language acronym for the federal sales tax. It was apparently named for, and by, engineer Gilles Surprenant, according to Zambito. Montreal City Hall’s opposition leaders called for Tremblay to resign. Vision Montreal Leader Louise Harel and Projet Montréal Leader Richard Bergeron said the mayor can’t be trusted to govern until the next municipal elections, in November 2013. http://ca.news.yahoo.com/montreal-mayor-criticized-amid-funding-allegations-121607118.html
Now tell us all how many of these Montreal crooks will face actual jail time and how long now as well? and how many of them were found guilty of tax evasions now too? Not even a handfull?
The feds blame the cops, the RCMP, the province, while the RCMP blames the Montreal Municipal and the Quebec provincial Governments.. what a circus that is now going on.. all while criminals were having a field day abusing the tax payers monies.. The Montreal Mayor and the federal Conservatives, RCMP all now have denied any wrongdoing in the matters.. and who now openly will admit their guilt? another Watergate or Montrealgate.. http://thenonconformer.wordpress.com/2012/09/28/when-exposed-in-quebec-all-of-the-crooks-start-to-blame-the-others/