Nazim Gillani of the Jaffer-Guergis scandal is in trouble again (no busty hookers this time, though)
Toronto businessman Nazim Gillani, famous for bragging about his connections in the prime minister’s office—and his supposed penchant for “busty hookers”—is back in the news, this time for (allegedly) scamming investors out of more than a million bucks. The Ontario Securities Commission says Gillani misrepresented himself as a high-flying venture capitalist with piles of cash in order to bilk investors in North America and Dubai. These new allegations relate to deals discussed at that now-infamous dinner in 2009 with former MP Rahim Jaffer at Harbour Sixty Steakhouse, according to the Toronto Star. The paper says Gillani has ignored its interview request, and that the phone number on his company website is out of service. Perhaps reporters ought to check the nearest steakhouse. Read the entire story [Toronto Star] »
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Ah yes…the Ontario justice system. I bet nothing happens to this guy and it’s just a little flap in the media. What I want to know is about the missing files in a Toronto courthouse that the private dick mentioned in the committee but the press didn’t pick up on. I want to know this because the John Sopinka Courthouse in Hamilton, ON also had “lost” some files I was looking for. I want to know how corrupt our courthouses are and those who work in them who are willing to corrupt it for “friends”
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