While a quest for missing documents triggered court actions among some parties police say it’s actually the large number documents associated with Pigeon King International that has slowed their investigation
A police initiative to include more complainants has left some investors confused
May is earliest possible court date for lawsuit against Arlan Galbraith
Letter to the editor
No Canadian authorities have found anything wrong with Arlan Galbraith’s now- insolvent pigeon breeding scheme but that didn’t prevent four states from reining in the pigeon king, as he likes to be called, and now former growers and the professionals left to clean up Galbraith’s mess are left with more questions than answers. The biggest question: do some growers have to lose everything?
Former Pigeon King International contact producers are being encouraged to attend a meeting in Stratford tomorrow.
UPDATED Friday June 27, 2008, 5:45 p.m. (Links added)
UPDATED Thursday June 26, 2008, 12:03 p.m. (Links added)
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