Tuesday, June 16, 2015

David Giles' voir dire continues

I checked the court registry in Vancouver while I was filing court documents today. Turns out that David Giles' voir dire is still on. That's a trial before a trial to determine what evidence will be admissible. That means I can't report what I saw and heard yet but I sure would like to. I'd sure like to be able to tell you all who was on the stand and who I saw the witness hanging out with during the break. I can't report on that until the whole thing is over with. All I can say is holy Manuel Noriega batman, sh*t is gonna hit the fan.

Skellator is not looking well and I'm not going to mock him any more because I understand he isn't well. I don't know if that's just another bullsh*t story or if it's real but I don't wish that on anyone. Not even my enemies. I attended the court in the afternoon session. Skelletor made a point of turning right around and looking me in the eye before turning around to face the front again. I was the only spectator in the court room. I guess it was only fitting for him to see my face in this life so he'll know what to look for when I testify against him in the life hereafter.

The key thing to remember is that he needs a fair trial. If he was guilty of this drug trafficking offense then he needs to be convicted of it not the trickle down scape goat. According to Neil Hall, who sat in on the EPandora trial, Giles was implicated in the Western Wind bust. That was huge - 2 1/2 tons of cocaine. Not pressing charges in that case was a judicial tragedy.

We need to convict Giles not the trickle down scape goat so we can add that to Lester Jones' conviction to solidify the seizure of the Kelowna clubhouse. Give the others back I don't care. Just as long as they seize the Kelowna clubhouse and don't build one in Surrey.

I must admit, since Giles is one of the only ones who hasn't made bail, he doesn't look quite as smug now as he did when he was standing beside Mom Boucher grabbing his balls telling the media to suck it after Boucher got off on a technicality. How the arrogant have fallen.


  1. The nice thing was Mon Boucher finally went to jail. He just didn't know how to do business in a professional manner. The H.A., when expanding might want to keep him in mind as someone you don't want to "patch over". Stick with the internal apprenticeship program.

    The picture at the top of the post, shows some one who might best be tried in juvenile court. O.K. he's aged out, but mentally, not so much. We would not have seen such juvenile behaviour 30 yrs ago from the H.A. They really do need to exercise some professionalism. it isn't good for their public image. Playing with your "equipment" in public is another e.g. of poor manners. it, in my opinion, also demonstrates these men are not mental giants. they're immature and not good risks. it is these types of juvenile behaviours which eventually gets them caught and into court.

    Yes, it is to be hoped they do convict the right people for the right crime. if the H.A. had a higher quality candidate they may find they weren't in this position today, in court, on trial.

    Nice reporting.

    1. If they had higher quality candidates you can bet the death tolls would be a lot higher - just like in Mexico.

      You should count yourself "lucky" they are really disorganized crime (truly organized (and intelligent!) crime do not draw attention to themselves with signs on their backs advertising their illegality ...).

  2. In general, it is very telling that no one was in court to support Dave.

    1. It's a very long trial and this is a trial before the trial. Just the few minutes I stayed for were painful. It's very boring.


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