Numb and Number: Tories of Conviction Edition

Fine levied against former Harper advisor Bruce Carson Nov. 4, despite his pleas of penury, on three counts of illegal lobbying, his third career criminal conviction.

Approximate amount Carson, then a lawyer with Soloway Wright, was convicted in 1981 of bilking from two clients by forging their signatures, resulting in an 18-month jail sentence and disbarment from the Law Society of Upper Canada.

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3 comments on “Numb and Number: Tories of Conviction Edition
  1. Papadoc says:

    He’ll make a fine fundraiser and custodian for his friend Muldoon’s planned memorial pile at St. Fx. Assuming he can get day parole.

  2. Steve-O says:

    Being a disbarred lawyer was apparently no problem for Harper.

  3. Stbarnabas says:

    Steve…everyone deserves a fourth or fifth chance.

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