Friday, August 31, 2007

The PA reports

The report also details how Kim told Paliare he 'disposed' of a laptop computer in January 2007 after destroying its hard drive, which contained evidence of the hacking. Kim also said he destroyed two 'thumb drives' he had used to store and save emails he printed and gave to Saskin. It's the stuff of a spy novel.

And it's one of which too few NHL players are aware. The union owes it to its members to send both reports to every one of its members.
A nice piece from Friday morning that gets into some of the nuts and bolts of both of the recent reports into Ted Saskin's various shenanigans as head of the NHLPA.

The Globe and Mail has its coverage from Friday's union meetings here and here. I've also got quite a bit of additional material from discussions with a variety of players on hand, something I hope to post here over the next few days.

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At 10:00 a.m., September 01, 2007, Anonymous MikeP said...

I'm no lawyer, nor even a policeman, but I'm pretty sure the email reading was a crime. If so, should Saskin and Kim be charged, along with anybody else involved?

This is a serious breach of trust on the part of Saskin. I wrote about it in March when I first saw the news breaking, and I've not gotten any more sympathetic since then.

At 8:14 p.m., September 01, 2007, Blogger McLea said...

Who cares about hockey. Do yourselves a favour and get the App St. audio feed for their last few plays against Michigan.

That's what sports are all about folks.


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