5 didn’t make note of where —
Mr. Blanchard took advantage of Mr.Garnier’s English language skills, French being his mother tongue.
264 Francis Garnier (a Defendant)Reexam by Mr. Davison
26 Q Okay. And do you recall what that was about?
27 A It was how it was obtain.
28 Q Okay. Try and be as specific as possible.
29 A It was — I felt that when the contract was
30 obtained was in the false pretense. We didn’t
31 know that Mr. —
32 MR. McKENDRICK: My Lord, the objection that
33 Mr. Garnier was talk — we all know what the
34 objection was. It was that — that there were two
35 different documents, and one’s Exhibit A and one’s
36 the one in the book.
231 Francis Garnier (a Defendant)Cross-exam by Mr. Blanchard
27 THE COURT: I’m sorry, I didn’t hear your answer, sir.
28 A The initial on the side of that contract of
29 purchase and sale addendum, the extra line they
30 put in, there’s two initials. They are not our
31 signature. They are not our initial.
44 Now, can I ask you something, please? I would
45 like to know, can I use my own paper? My own
46 contract? The one he gave it to me? It’s
47 different from the one that you have here.
1 THE COURT: Well, I’m not — I’m not here to give you
2 advice. If there’s another paper you want to
3 refer to, I suggest you ask the counsel who’s
4 cross-examining you whether you can refer to
5 another piece of paper or not.
6 MR. BLANCHARD: I’ve — I’ve moved on from the
7 contract. Now the rest of my questions are not
8 going to deal with —
238 Francis Garnier (a Defendant)Cross-exam by Mr. Blanchard
42 Q Your evidence is that —
43 A You go back on the contract, you know. Okay? You
44 keep on turn around and twisting the words in my
45 mouth because my English is not as pure as yours.
46 Okay? I cannot answer clearly. I am also a hard
47 worker. I work in the oil field. I — I’m —
1 Like yesterday — Like just a few hours ago, you