Court Orders Postmedia To Cease Any Further Records Deletion

A Calgary court has ordered Postmedia Network Inc., Canada’s largest newspaper publisher, to “cease any further deletion of electronic records” relevant to the two defamation lawsuits chronicled in these web pages, Kent v. Postmedia, Paul Godfrey et al and Kent v. Don Martin, National Post, Kristine Robidoux, Q.C. et al.The order, filed Friday the 13th of December, also calls for a six-week
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Concealed Emails Reveal Lies In Defamation Cover-Up

Email records concealed by Canada’s largest newspaper publisher for nearly five years have revealed a pattern of false testimony and suppressed evidence in defamation lawsuits arising from an article by writer-turned-TV–host Don Martin.Emails between senior editors of the Calgary Herald revealed in court-ordered disclosures by Postmedia Network Inc. indicate Martin initially misled them about
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Court Cites “Central" Role Of Rogue Lawyer In Alleged Libel

A Calgary judge’s dismissal of conspiracy claims against four defendants in an $8 million defamation action has focused attention on the “central” source of the article impugned in the lawsuit:  lawyer Kristine Robidoux, who remains a defendant.  Robidoux’s “smoking gun” email exchanges with writer Don Martin are quoted line by line in Justice G.H. Poelman’s August 1, 2013
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