Why did Krista Erickson’s Hit-Piece on Kory Teneycke Disappear?
Why did Krista Erickson’s Hit-Piece on Kory Teneycke Disappear?
In the piece, Erickson makes several allegations about Teneycke meddling in Sun News programming, planning to fire 50 per cent of the staff for not being Conservatives, and personally intimidating her. Erickson wrote that former cabinet minister Lynne Yelich told her the Sun News Network is “a great idea but you’ve got to get rid of Kory Teneyck. It will never work as long as he’s running it.”

An article in National Newswatch containing blistering allegations against Kory Teneycke, former director of communications to Stephen Harper’s Prime Minister’s Office, has been removed without explanation.

The story was written by former Sun News Network anchor Krista Erickson who disappeared from Canadian media in 2013 and moved to London, UK to attend law school.

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