Attorneys replaced two senior officials and B.C. Legislative days says his clients did not do anything wrong and still do not know why they are investigating.
According to a source in a letter from CBC, attorney Mark D. Andrews has also declared Gary Lenz, Sergeant-at-Arms, and Clerk of the House, "Dam" damages by the secretary of Craig James, for immediate recovery.
On Tuesday, the home leader unanimously voted Lenz and James asking for an indefinite term, waiting for an RCMP investigation. The police escorted men immediately after the move.
Andrews sent letters to his home on Friday, and his clients did not explain "this extreme treatment."
"Craig James and Gary Lenz have denied any wrong commitment, they have the right to be treated as fully guilty as guarantors, and as a basis of fundamental justice, they deserve to be told what they have to do, and they have made the possibility of responding to those allegations," he reads.
Politicians still uninformed
Andrews stated that the media statements made it clear that politicians had not provided information on the trash, or even voted on the suspensions.
"This was wrong. You need to build a judicial motion about movement and provide enough information to make it necessary for mixing," continued Andrews.
"Since there is an investigation, it is not enough to interrupt their message base".
The heads of the home reminded the CBC that they had received a copy of the letter.
Andrews said that David Butcher had given a special fiscal investigation, which was a special prosecutor and that the RCMP did not ask Lenz and James to leave their home.
The requested action immediately
At the end of the letter Andrews House leaders must immediately "take action" to cancel the tide movement.
"The essence of time is some damage to our customers … if they are to be dissolved", he wrote a lawyer.
Andrew also released Lenz and James in the eight-month period of the Ministry of Health in 2012. These "relieved" penalties, Andrew said, led "suspicion and pure research".
"We strongly suggest that these errors are occurring repeatedly," a lawyer wrote.
Read the full letter below.
Liberals ask for answers
Friday later, House of Opposition Leader Mary Polak sent a letter to Darryl Plecas, spokesman for the House, when they convened the General Assembly Legislative Assembly.
All companies "exist for the development of a policy management and administration management policy". The Liberal spokesman said the meeting did not happen.
After a few hours after Polak's letter, Liberal sent a second letter to NDP House Leader Mike Farnworth and Green Party House Leader Sonia Furstenau.
This letter asked questions about government questions that he has mentioned so far.
Read the full letter below.
The RCMP has not released detailed information about Lenz and James's research, but a clearer line of time was triggered on Wednesday by its bombardment expectations.
In a news conference, Alan Mullen – a Special Counsel for Prizes – said he recruited Plecas in January citing concerns about Lenz and James.
Mullen quietly investigated men for seven months and reported their findings to the RCMP in August. The RCMP contacted the Crown last month and was appointed by the two prosecutors in this case.
On Thursday, the pole was revealed to another generosity: the sworn statement reads a sworn voice on Plecas Monday, saying it was a day before suspensions, named Mullen Lenz's spare substitute.
Polas said, Farnworth and Furstenau, immediately denied the request of Plecas.
Wally Oppal was named
After Polak's announcement, Plecas was avoided by the media, but Mullen was released from the loudspeaker, and was named as a second special advisor on the "gay" drivers in Plecas.
B.C. former The role of the main lawyer, Wally Oppal, has been introduced.
The current deputy secretary, Kate Ryan-Lloyd, is in charge of secretary and current Sergeant-at-Arms, Randy Ennis, as secretary until the investigation is scheduled.