Those on the committee won't say how they'll get the soon-to-depart Schreiber there in time for Thursday's testimony - he's currently locked up in Toronto and is supposed to be on a plane Friday. But if he does go before the panel, he won't go unrebutted for long. Mulroney - who insists he's absolutely innocent of any wrongdoing - will follow him next week. And all of it before the official inquiry even gets underway.
- Garry J. Wise, Toronto