Email to Corporal Nancy Pettipas, Commercial Crime Unit, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, RCMP

I’d like to update you on some currents events that might have a connection with the investigation

  1. CIBC got back to me on a job offer that received from them. The individuals I met with have simply disappeared as CIBC employees.
  2. I was involved in a hit-and-run accident with a taxicab yesterday on York Street, Toronto around 10:00 a.m. yesterday, November 28th. The driver sped away so quickly II was not able to get the license number. Fortunately, I was not seriously hurt (only my elbow when I fell) so I did not report this incident to the police or to medical personal.

Email to Corporal Nancy Pettipas, Commercial Crime Unit, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, RCMP

To: Corporal Nancy Pettipas, Commercial Crime Unit, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, RCMP
From: Mr. Andrei Oudovikine
Date: November 29, 2005

Corp. Pettipas,

I was hoping if could kindly update me how your investigation is progressing and what the next steps might be. I understand that the process is very complicated and I will be waiting for the results of the investigation with patience.

I’d like to update you on some currents events that might have a connection with the investigation

  1. CIBC got back to me on a job offer that received from them. The individuals I met with have simply disappeared as CIBC employees.
  2. I was involved in a hit-and-run accident with a taxicab yesterday on York Street, Toronto around 10:00 a.m. yesterday, November 28th. The driver sped away so quickly II was not able to get the license number. Fortunately, I was not seriously hurt (only my elbow when I fell) so I did not report this incident to the police or to medical personal.

I don't know if there is any relationship between this incident and your investigation but Mr. Les Stewart suggested I let you know. As we had discussed, my family and I have been the target of personal and telephone threats while dealing with the current CIBC complaint.
Mr. Stewart is willing to explain other franchisee intimidation/violence incidents have happened and has seen several of them escalate past verbal threats.
I am notifying you because I am concerned about my and my family’s safety. Please let me know what I should do.

Again would like to thank you for your countless efforts in this investigation.

Best regards,

Andrei Oudovikine B.Eng
416-219-6576

cc:
Mr. Les Stewart, MBA
705-737-4635


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