THE SENATE EXPENSES SCANDAL: Who is Who: Conservative Party lawyers

Conservative Party Lawyers

PMO Senate Expense Scandal: Who 's Who: Conservative Party Lawyers

This section is related to an important “interactive” article titled “THE SENATE EXPENSES SCANDAL: Who ‘s Who” by Kirsten Smith and Jason Fekete that was recently published on the Ottawa Citizen website that unfortunately is not web-accessible, thus inaccessible, to many internet users that may have limited and/or obsolete technologies and/or those with disabilities that require assistive devices. Below you will find the article transcripts, which are based upon an the java-scripted info-graphic image from the article that has been converted into individual, categorized and sub-linked info-graphics with text alternatives.


The PMO Senate Expense Scandal: Who 's Who:
Conservative Party Lawyers

Kirsten Smith and Jason Fekete unravel the complex trail of who knew what and when as the expenses of key Tory Senators became a major political scandal.


THE SENATE EXPENSES SCANDAL: Who's Who: Conservative Party lawyers

Conservative Party lawyers:
THE SENATE EXPENSES SCANDAL:
Who's Who


* People who the RCMP says knew of $90,000 repayment to Mike Duffy. (individuals that were highlighted in the graphic with a yellow ring surrounding their image placement in the original graphic tree info-graphic)


  • Arthur Hamilton *

    • Position: Lawyer for the Conservative Party of Canada.

    • Role: According to RCMP, Hamilton was involved in discussions as early as February 2013 with Nigel Wright, Sen. Irving Gerstein and Dan Hilton (Conservative party executive director) about the party possibly repaying around $30,000 of Duffy‘s expenses and an additional $12,000 in legal fees.

      Hamilton and Hilton “were also made aware of (Wright‘s) decision to personally repay the money,” say RCMP documents.

  • Dan Hilton *

    • Position: Executive director for the Conservative Party of Canada.

    • Role: RCMP documents say Hilton was “made aware of (Wright‘s) decision to personally repay the money.”


The PMO Senate Expense Scandal: Who's Who: Related Text Transcripts


The PMO Senate Expense Scandal: Who 's Who: Related Info-graphics


original source: http://www.ottawacitizen.com/news/interactive/2013-senate-scandal-interactive/index.html


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