I couldn't have engineered 'massive' robocalls scheme: former Tory staffer - 2012-11-01

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F0.png I couldn't have engineered 'massive' robocalls scheme: former Tory staffer November 1, 2012, Guelph Mercury

OTTAWA — A former Conservative party staffer once named publicly in the robocalls scandal in Guelph, Ont., says the "entire, massive scheme" was much more co-ordinated than could have been done by a 22-year-old without data access.

In an extraordinary interview with CBC's Power and Politics, Michael Sona said he's not going to "take the fall" for something he didn't do, accusing the party of cutting him adrift.

Sona, now 24, was publicly named by a Conservative-friendly media outlet as a key suspect in the vote suppression scheme in Guelph, which saw phoney Elections Canada calls aimed at misdirecting voters during the 2011 election campaign.

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