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Re: Adrian Dix

Postby George+ » Nov 18th, 2012, 11:36 am

Dix, Clark, Harcourt were never convicted of anything.
Ethics is a different matter.

Christy Clark tore up legal contracts, lost court cases
And still refuses to do what is correct.
Not to mention a few white lies around B.C. Rail.
You are about to hear much more of her ethics.
Is she lieing?
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Re: Adrian Dix

Postby Gone_Fishin » Nov 18th, 2012, 12:07 pm

Dix was indeed charged and convicted of theft. The NDP shills forget that fact every single time this comes up.

C Clark has been charged with nothing and convicted of nothing. But the NDP shills like to slander her and make things up, which in itself is illegal.

It speaks loudly to the moral fibre of those NDP shills, as they are so like their leader, breaking the law at every turn.
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Re: Adrian Dix

Postby George+ » Nov 18th, 2012, 12:20 pm

Dix has never been convicted of any theft.

Meanwhile C Clark uses taxpayers dollars to
begin the Liberal election campaign-
6 months early:
http://richardhughes.ca/tag/bc-2013-pro ... -election/
Is this stealing?
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Re: Adrian Dix

Postby madmudder » Nov 18th, 2012, 12:22 pm

"Dix was indeed charged and convicted of theft."

Is there proof of this out there? Please post if there is.
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Re: Adrian Dix

Postby George+ » Nov 18th, 2012, 12:25 pm

SORRY, no proof because there were no convictions.

How do you like your money being used for Liberal advertising?
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Re: Adrian Dix

Postby Gone_Fishin » Nov 18th, 2012, 12:27 pm

madmudder wrote:"Dix was indeed charged and convicted of theft."

Is there proof of this out there? Please post if there is.


Caught and convicted of theft with a citation. Try to keep up, eh?


B.C. NDP leader Dix caught without transit ticket

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Posted: Mar 26, 2012 12:25 PM PT

Last Updated: Mar 26, 2012 12:20 PM PT
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B.C. NDP leader Adrian Dix was caught riding the Skytrain without a ticket earlier in March. (Canadian Press)


British Columbia's NDP leader Adrian Dix says he has absolutely no excuse for being caught without a ticket on the Lower Mainland's SkyTrain rapid transit service earlier in March.

Dix said he had bought a day pass earlier, but couldn't find it when stopped by Translink's transit police.

"I was going downtown — bunch of meetings on a Saturday — I was stopped at Granville SkyTrain Station by these guys, by the transit police. They were actually very, very reasonable; very, very professional."

Dix said the incident happened more than three weeks ago, but only came to light when someone tipped off a reporter this past weekend.

The transit police let the NDP leader off with a warning.

Vancouver mayor Gregor Robertson wasn't so lucky when he was caught without a ticket five years ago, and fined $173.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-c ... icket.html
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Re: Adrian Dix

Postby madmudder » Nov 18th, 2012, 12:34 pm

Oh I see he was convicted by the right wing media and shills.ROTFLMFAO :dyinglaughing:
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Re: Adrian Dix

Postby George+ » Nov 18th, 2012, 12:34 pm

NO CONVICTION.
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Re: Adrian Dix

Postby madmudder » Nov 18th, 2012, 12:38 pm

Fisher-Dude google Christy Clark at SFU. What an admirable person you are spinning for.
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Re: Adrian Dix

Postby Gone_Fishin » Nov 18th, 2012, 12:41 pm

George+ wrote:NO CONVICTION.



Incorrect. Under all provincial statutes, a "warning ticket", where the fine is waived, forms part of an individual's permanent record in the provincial conviction database. The "warning ticket", if undisputed, is a bona fide conviction if it is not challenged and defeated in a court of law. Dix has a permanent record for theft now.

George fail. Dix fail. You keep good company, George.
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Re: Adrian Dix

Postby NAB » Nov 18th, 2012, 12:53 pm

So, .....he was not charged and convicted of anything.
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Re: Adrian Dix

Postby Gone_Fishin » Nov 18th, 2012, 1:01 pm

NAB wrote:So, .....he was not charged and convicted of anything.



Need help reading what I posted about being charged and convicted under provincial statutes Nab? Or does your blind love of Dix prevent you from doing so?

A "warning ticket" is recorded exactly the same as a "fine ticket" for transit theft with the only difference being that the dollar amount is zero. A theft conviction is a theft conviction, whether you pay a fine for it or not. By accepting the ticket, you plead guilty rather than fighting it to clear your record in court.

If you get convicted of murder but don't serve any jail time, you're still convicted of murder. And you still have a criminal record. The exact same thing applies to provincial statutes, and Dix has a record for theft as a result.
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Re: Adrian Dix

Postby madmudder » Nov 18th, 2012, 1:04 pm

NAB wrote:So, .....he was not charged and convicted of anything.



Only in Fisher-Dude's mind. The BC Lieberals are depending on misinformed fools for their votes. Unfortuately for them they can't control the internet for now.

And by the way the article said he was let off with a warning. It didn't say he was issued a warning ticket.And if he was issued a ticket where is your proof.
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Re: Adrian Dix

Postby Gone_Fishin » Nov 18th, 2012, 1:13 pm

madmudder wrote:
NAB wrote:So, .....he was not charged and convicted of anything.



Only in Fisher-Dude's mind. The BC Lieberals are depending on misinformed fools for their votes. Unfortuately for them they can't control the internet for now.

And by the way the article said he was let off with a warning. It didn't say he was issued a warning ticket.And if he was issued a ticket where is your proof.



Wrong. It's a warning ticket, not a warning like "Hey Adrian, be a good lad and stop stealing, please." Transit police are bound by law to issue a citation so that fare thieves are recorded in the provincial statute database for use in future charge determinations.
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Re: Adrian Dix

Postby Gone_Fishin » Nov 18th, 2012, 1:20 pm

Mudder can apologise now.



By Tom Fletcher - BC Local News
Published: March 26, 2012 11:00 AM
Updated: March 26, 2012 11:17 AM


NDP leader Adrian Dix was let off with a warning after SkyTrain police caught him riding the transit system without a ticket on March 3.

The incident came to light three weeks later after a Vancouver newspaper was tipped off by someone in the transit police, Dix told reporters at the legislature Monday.

Dix said he has ridden transit thousands of times, and always buys a ticket. He couldn't produce one when transit police asked him during a random check of passengers, and the situation was "entirely my fault," Dix said.

He was initially issued a ticket for riding without paying, but was later told that the ticket was reduced to a warning. Dix said since the March 3 incident, he always puts his proof of payment in his wallet when riding transit.

Former NDP MLA and now Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson was fined $173 after he was caught in 2007 riding SkyTrain for two zones while only buying a one-zone ticket.

Dix acknowledged that he decided to say nothing about his fare evasion incident. He rejected suggestions that his credibility was weakened by keeping quiet, or by "apples and oranges" comparisons to his production of a fake memo in an effort to protect former premier Glen Clark in a 1999 investigation into the award of a casino licence.

Dix was fired as Clark's chief of staff, and Clark later resigned over the affair.
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