This morning more evidence was presented to the public from the NDP claiming that It’s likely the Premier herself & others within the Premiers Office may have been deleting e-mails also. Friend of Drex Live Travis Lupick wrote this piece for the Georgia Straight.
“Eby explained the NDP filed a freedom-of-information request that asked for all correspondence to and from Premier Christy Clark’s public and private email addresses for a two-week period in December 2014 (coinciding with an announcement about the Site C dam). That request resulted in the government stating it could find no records meeting the criteria of the request.
A subsequent freedom-of-information request asked for the “message tracking logs” for the same account and same period, Eby continued. The government’s response to that request, however, stated that there were more than 150 emails sent from the premier’s public account during that time frame.”
We spoke to Travis Lupick about his article tonight on the show: Listen Again
We also caught up with the NDP’s David Eby tonight to find out what happens next with the evidence that they say they have found.
Bob Mackin one of Vancouver’s most respected investigative journalists joined us to talk about what evidence of e-mail deletion he also found. He has previously stated publicly he may have proof that emails were deleted from accounts belonging to Sam Oliphant and Maclean Kay, both of whom work in the premier’s office as media relations officers.
Global BC’s Keith Baldrey also joined the show tonight to talk about how journalists are covering this on-going story.