Just in time for Christmas: River Run/Bridgecreek

…. in the news.

Bridgecreek Crooks

A regular blogger here on my blog and a victim of the Bridgecreek Crooks fiasco just sent me an email with an attachment of an Affidavit by Jon Mintoft filed on December 12, 2012 in the Court of Queens Bench of Alberta against the Bankrupcy of Colin Becker.

Readers familiar with the infamous “gold dust twins” Becker and Bill Bradley will find Jon Mintoft’s affidavit here to be quite interesting… and revealing.

Of special note, I think, is page 4 (17.) that shows that on April 30th, 2008 Becker personally bought a piece of River Run land from River Run Corp for $45,000 and on the same date (April 30th, 2008) Becker sold that same piece of land back to River Run Vistas Corp for $2.7 million, for a net gain of $2.655 million…. (investors money). Then ONE DAY LATER, on May 1, 2008, Colin Becker purchased this house in Palm Springs, California for $2,057,500.00.

Palm Springs Residence

 

Oh what a tangled web we weave when first we practice to deceive???

from John Prince
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4 Responses to Just in time for Christmas: River Run/Bridgecreek

  1. Anonymous says:

    Wow, There is nothing more I would like for Christmas than to see these two behind bars.How they have walked free for this long is beyond me. Where are the RCMP?Where is CRA? I often thought there may have been some vigalante justice,was not hoping for it, just thought it might happen.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Hey , They were Mayor Irwin’s and Councellor Gary Taje’s buddies!!
    Vigilante justice will probably occur if the authorities do not soon jump on this.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Thought this was quite interesting. From archives.

    Gary Taje is returning to council after an outstanding showing on election night.

    Taje, who is entering his second term of council, is appreciative of those who voted him back into office.

    ?I?m very pleased,? Taje said. ?It was a difficult campaign.?

    ?The people wanted an older council,? Taje said. ?They wanted to see more maturity.?

    ?The people who were elected look like they will be good councillors.?

    Taje is planning to use his newly-minted term in office to help direct the Crowsnest Pass into a prosperous and well-directed future.

    ?The Crowsnest Pass is going to have to redefine itself based on what it has been,? Taje remarked. ?We have an awful lot in the Pass that nobody wants to see lost.?

    ?The number one job of this council is to determine what needs to be protected,? Taje added.

    Taje credits the voters for his win, and fellow Councillor Gail Sygutek, who put a lot of time and effort into helping him out with his campaign.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Yes, and to think that they might have been discharged from bankruptcy makes we retch. Anyone know if they did? The hearing was in December

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