Without them, there's no way to prove that a shadowy committee which oversees the spending of tens of thousands of dollars from Red River College was created legally.
If those documents can't be found or it turns out they were destroyed, hidden or never existed, high-level executives and former executives of Red River College could face charges which carry a maximum penalty of six months in jail and/or a fine of $5000.
This includes the college lawyer, a former vice-president and the Dean of Business.
A whistleblower tried to warn Colleges Minister Erin Selby last year that the shady committee was not legitimate and that $275,000 of college money was at risk, only to receive a form letter telling him to take his complaint somewhere else.
Once it was clear the minister intended to do nothing about the bogus committee, the whistleblower was dismissed and the federa…