Crown’s case winding down in Knowledge House fraud lawsuit

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It appears absolutely nothing can be taken for granted in one of Nova Scotia’s longest-running and most complicated legal cases — the collapse of the e-learning company Knowledge House Incorporated in 2001. To date, the case has generated nearly 60 individual court decisions, including one sentencing.

Two people, Robert Blois Colpitts and Daniel Frederick Potter, continue to fight tooth and nail against fraud allegations. A third accused in this case, Bruce Elliott Clarke, pleaded guilty to fraud charges in April and wassentenced to three years in prison. The trial has seen more than 80 total days in court, spread out over the last few years.

Read the full article at CBC News.