Meanwhile "Scam From Canada Cost Victim Thousands A woman fromMooresville is out thousands of dollars after she answered a classified ad that turned out to be a scam. Now she wants to make sure others don't make the same mistake.  The classified ad for the perfect job couldn't have showed up at a better time. Gailanne Chavis was out of work and the job as a secret shopper for a company based in Canada looked promising.  Chavis applied and soon she was on her first assignment -- to go to a local Wal-Mart, send a Moneygram and rate their service.  The secret shopper company sent her a cashier's check for $2,830 with instructions to cash it at her bank, and then wire $2,500 to an address in Canada. The rest of the money would cover Wal-Mart's fees and her payment.  Chavis said she took the $2,500 cash to a Wal-Mart in Mooresville where she sent the cash and then filled out her report. A week later, the bottom dropped out. Chavis' bank told her the cashier's check she had gotten was counterfeit. "I was just floored. I really was shocked. When some people say, 'I'm furious. I'd be going through the roof.' I don't even know if it has all hit me," she said. It really hit her hard when her bank told her she would have to pay all the money back. Chavis said she tried calling the secret shopper company, but got a "customer temporarily unavailable" message.Even the Charlotte Observer -- the paper that ran that ad -- was apparently fooled. It said there were no red flags suggesting the ad was bogus. Once it found out, the ad was pulled immediately. "We do see a number of scams that are run from across the border in Canada," said Doug Wright, fraud detective for the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department. Wright said they haven't run into the secret shopper scam before, but the Canadian phone number should have been a tip off. Chavis is hoping that others won't be fooled. "I don't want this to happen to nobody else," she said. Eyewitness News traced those phone calls to the province of Saskatchewan in Canada. Unfortunately, federal agents said that unless the fraud amounts to more than $100,000, they're not likely to go after them. They said the victims are on their own. "
"Former bureaucrat faces fraud charges Jan. 31, 2006. 01:00 AM   OTTAWA—The Mounties have charged a former Defence Department bureaucrat and two other men in a multimillion-dollar fraud involving computer maintenance contracts.  Paul Champagne, who was fired after billing problems came to light more than two years ago, is charged with fraud, obtaining more than $105 million from the government under false pretences, money laundering and other counts. Peter Mellon and Ignatius Manso were charged with fraud, obtaining money under false pretences, possessing and transmitting the proceeds of crime and making false statements. The police revealed few details, saying their investigation continues.  The RCMP was called in by the Defence Department in 2003 to investigate irregularities in computer maintenance contracts with Hewlett-Packard (Canada) Co. after internal audits found what appeared to be a scheme involving phony invoices.  HP Canada eventually repaid the federal government about $146 million, saying there was no evidence its own employees were involved in the scheme. The RCMP said then it was unfortunate that the reputation of legitimate companies might have been hurt by the criminal actions of others.  In 2004, questions were asked about Champagne in the House of Commons.  "Why did someone, anyone, not get suspicious when DND employee Paul Champagne was living in a mansion (in Ottawa) with a gym and an indoor pool and tennis court on billionaire's row?" Jay Hill, a Conservative MP from British Columbia, asked then defence minister David Pratt. "Did anyone think to ask him how he could afford all that on a director's salary?" Reached at the time by CTV News at his winter home in the Turks and Caicos Islands, Champagne denied any wrongdoing and said his lifestyle was supported by playing the stock market." 
 "Police lay charges in Salvation Army fraud scheme. Police charged 25-year-old Ming Wa on Tuesday for allegedly embezzling money from the Salvation Army, where he worked as a senior property accountant. He was arrested this morning at 53 Division after surrendering with his lawyer. Police charged Wa with fraud over $5,000 and falsification of books and documents. The Salvation Army has previously alleged in court documents that it was defrauded of more than $2.3 million by Wa."
Millions of the tax payer's dollars are stolen, abused by the  Liberal Party members.. and next millions of dollars are abused by an accountant at the Toronto Ontario office of the Salvation Army,... and note this unlike the federal government, unlike Paul Martin too, the Salvation Army now does not wait years to have the person arrested and put into jail.. for Public exposure and prosecution of the guilty persons is what serves all of the persons' good welfare.
Not one bad Liberal that abused the taxpayers money in the federal sponsorship scandal now still has spent one day in Jail and  all really unacceptable.. now put them all into jail.. really.  The undeniable and unacceptable sin of Paul Martin and his Liberals is this.. (Jer 5:27 KJV)   27  As a cage is full of birds, so are their houses full of deceit:  therefore they are become great, and waxen rich. 28  They are waxen fat, they shine: yea, they overpass the deeds of the wicked: they judge not the cause, the cause of the fatherless, yet they prosper; and the right of the needy do they not judge. 29  Shall I not visit for these things? saith the LORD: shall not my soul be avenged on such a nation as this? 
In his final report Justice John Gomery is recommending an unbinding  radical overhaul and decentralization of federal decision-making in response to the sponsorship scandal.  In his final report, Gomery proposes new rules to limit government power and make it more accountable and transparent.  Specifically, the report calls for curbs on the ability of the prime minister to manage special reserve funds of the kind used to support sponsorship projects.  It would also dilute the prime minister's sole power to appoint deputy ministers - the top bureaucrats in each government department.  The role of the clerk of the privy council, the prime minister's bureaucratic right-hand man, would be drastically redefined.  The duties of other deputy ministers would be spelled out more clearly, - and they would be subject to greater parliamentary oversight. 
It does not take millions of dollars to know, find out that if you put into place, hire bad, stupid, immoral managers and employees, and do not adequately supervise the managers and  subordinates you will of course see major work degeneration.. and the simple solutions is always to firstly fire all of the people who hired them and fire the bad employees, as well as put them into jail.. Now in Ottawa too use the most effective solution still just simply, economically fire them and put them into jail like the rest of us do in the real world too.. In the real world, like the private sector, when you do hire an employee and they still generally do go through  review periods, and if they are not what they have advertised themselves to be  you fire them, and you have this right .. The hired person who cheats, lies, steal, behaves immorally also get fired for real now too. Well we do now really need to have the same thing in the political world too, for any  political party members as well, Recall, you Recall them, you Fire them when they are not performing ethically, or adequately as originally promised. It is understandable these unethical perverts would not like this, so what, fire them anyway for the good of the citizens.

The bad Liberals under Jean Chretien, Paul Martin were, are wrongfully known for their lies, pretensions and lack of real enforcement of the laws.. unacceptable still..  Now in Ottawa too use the most effective solution to any of the bad guys, gals in the civil and public services, government, politics still just simply, economically fire them and put them into jail like the rest of us do in the real world too..
How well are all of our civil and public servants, police, even judges  managed in reality?  and what good is really being done about all of this now?
Reality Check : Martin proud of Liberals' accomplishments  Globe and Mail  Paul Martin is proud of his political accomplishments as PM, his main accomplishment was being kicked out of office as Prime Minister by Stephen Harper, Gilles Duceppe and Jack Layton of all things..  Paul Martin other accomplishments was now kicking out the  other real loser Jean Chretien, the one term Paul Martin firstly had only a short lived   minority government, and was not able to get reelected  and next Paul Martin failed as a manager by his even picking out a bunch of real losers in his cabinets, some of the worst cabinet ministers I have personally dealt with too, and even many other citizens agreed with me for they did not reelect even some of these cabinet members, real  losers.. and losers like the immoral Pierre Pettigrew