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May 4, 2005
Guit Testimony Upcoming On CQ

Thanks to a new source, I have received an extensive amount of the testimony given by Chuck Guit last Thursday and Friday under the publication ban. This testimony will take me hours to review for content, so please bear with me. I will start posting excerpts and analyses of what I've read tonight, when I have some time to properly review the material. Keep checking back here for updates.

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Posted by Ed Morrissey at May 4, 2005 12:56 PM

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» NEWSFLASH: Stay tuned for banned Chuck Guite testimony from Angry in the Great White North
From Captain's Quarters:Thanks to a new source, I have received an extensive amount of the testimony given by Chuck Guité last Thursday and Friday under the publication ban. This testimony will take me hours to review for content, so please... [Read More]

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» More news on Chuck Guite testimony from Angry in the Great White North
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» Ban partially lifted at 3:30pm -- Time for the main stream media to get ready? from Angry in the Great White North
More news fresh off the presses:Justice John Gomery partially lifted a publication ban on the testimony of Chuck Guite, who headed the sponsorship program in the 1990s. Gomery announced the ban would be lifted beginning at 3:30 p.m.The main reason... [Read More]

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» The ban is back on! from Angry in the Great White North
For the love of... More breaking news:A Quebec judge overseeing a criminal trial has ordered a ban on revealing sponsorship testimony shortly, after the inquiry judge lifted his publication ban. Justice John Gomery ruled that the testimony could not be... [Read More]

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