Letters to the Editor

Thursday, 8 September 2011

Nash in court yesterday for theft of SWN equipment

Simon Nash from Durham Bridge was back in court yesterday for an expected trial on charges of breach of an undertaking and theft over $5,000, in connection stolen equipment from SWN Resources, a shale gas company currently doing seismic exploration in New Brunswick.

However, clerks at the Justice Building in Fredericton told this publication the disposition on the Nash case was set over until October 4 at 9:30 a.m. for plea. There was no reason given for the delay.


  1. This equipment was destroyed not stolen!

    Except they do not want the public to get any ideas, so the mounties by order of the Queen lies and calls the incident something else instead of vandalism.

    Good work Simon Nash from Durham Bridge.
    Thank you!

  2. We can say goodbye to this bog because what we post is censored!