On the records

On Wednesday, the provincial New Democrats were granted access to 8,000 pages of government records related to the privatization of British Columbia Railway Co. assets. The Canadian Press's Steve Mertl quoted New Democrat attorney general critic Leonard Krog as saying those records might not include a smoking gun. "My fear is there'll be a number of edited pages, and this may not advance the public's understanding or the seeking of truth, which is what this is supposed to be all about," said Mr. Krog. But what does Liberal House Leader Mike de Jong think about this development?

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If there is a "smoking gun" in the material acquired by the official opposition would they recognize it ? If they recognized it would they know what to do with it ?

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