I see a pattern here (emphasis tail-waggingly added):
Canada's current top soldier says he's working to get to the bottom of what happened to Colvin's reports. Gen. Walter Natynczyk, chief of defence staff, said Friday he did not yet know where the diplomat's reports landed back in Ottawa, who read them, and what was done with the information...
Harper told reporters in Toronto he didn't see the reports from diplomat Colvin "at the time," ...
Earlier this week, Defence Minister Peter MacKay and his predecessor, Gordon O'Connor, said they'd never heard a word about Colvin's reports.
Either they should all resign because of appalling dishonesty, or appalling incompetence. Really, those are the only two choices.
Oh, and here's the best part:
Colvin's affidavit was released just hours before Peter Tinsley, chairman of the complaints commission, suspended indefinitely his inquiry into the handling of Afghan detainees on grounds the federal government had refused to provide relevant documents to help implicated military personnel mount a defence of their actions.
I'm sorry ... the