The Liberals turned down an opportunity to meet with a private investigator who said he had information about Helena Guergis, before he relayed that same information to the Conservative party.
Private investigator Derek Snowdy told CTV News that he first sought to talk to the Liberals, but he was turned down by Peter Donolo, the chief of staff for Liberal Leader Michael Ignatieff.
Instead, Snowdy ended up taking the information he had to the Conservative party, which eventually led to Guergis' departure from the Conservative cabinet.
Too bad the Liberals are so arrogant. They could've scored if they'd received the information first, but passed on the opportunity.
Anyway, it appears that the Conservatives, to their credit, did the right thing with whatever the information was.
ht: Orville H.