Premier Christy Clark’s government responded to a Freedom of Information Request involving the so-called investigation into allegations of improper conduct by former Chief of Staff Ken Boessenkool.
Her government says there were no written documents at all, and that all interviews and reports were done “verbally.”
I guess I’m wondering how a complete investigation into an incident can be undertaken “verbally?”
She has also been quoted as saying that everything relating to the investigation was done “absolutely to the letter required by government.”
Is she saying that government does not require written records? How then, would she defend yourself, if Mr. Boessenkool decided to take her to court for wrongful dismissal?
If that is the case, then she has left the taxpayers of B.C. in an extremely tenuous position.
The whole thing is quite difficult to believe. It is incidences that this that further destroy any credibility or goodwill that she and her government might otherwise receive from citizens of this province.
Cheryl Baron, Maple Ridge