Inquiries on CPAC - The Air India Inquiry – October 9, 2007 (Part 2 of 2)
Commission of Inquiry into the Investigation of the Bombing of Air India Flight 182
Witness: Kenneth Dibble
Kenneth Dibble (Charity Commission for England and Wales) continues his testimony before the Commission under direct examination by Commission Counsel Roger Bilodeau. Discussion focuses on the activities of the Charity Commission for England and Wales, the history and powers of the Charity Commission, the types of activities it oversees, and the compliance measures it pursues. Mr. Dibble describes the Charity Commission’s review of organizations for potential abuse of charitable status and links to terrorism. He cites as examples the alleged radicalization of the North London Central Mosque under the influence of Abu Hamza al-Masri and the alleged support for terrorist activities by the Tamil Rehabilitation Organization. Richard P. Quance (Counsel for the Family Members of the Crew Member Victims of Air India Flight 182, and Indian Nationals) and Kathryn Hucal (Counsel for the Attorney General of Canada) cross-examine Mr. Dibble. Commissioner John C. Major also asks the witness brief questions.