Another one bites the dust: Bryan Krantz lists lot 6, Trout Point Nova Scotia for sale

It’s a “bargain” folks as $35,000 will get you Lot 6 at the Trout Point Development near East Kemptville Nova Scotia, owned by Bryan Krantz according to Slabbed’s exclusive reporting on this aspect of the massive political corruption scandal in Jefferson Parish, which has dominated the news cycle in metro New Orleans for over 2 years.

The development at Trout Point, was alleged by federal prosecutors to have been a conduit for an Aaron Broussard bribery scheme, a crime to which the former Goatherder in chief has since copped a plea, becoming  a government informant in the process. With Broussard’s plea, it is no surprise more rats are jumping off Aaron’s Nova Scotia bandwagon as the scheme has unraveled.

7 thoughts on “Another one bites the dust: Bryan Krantz lists lot 6, Trout Point Nova Scotia for sale”

    1. Reckon not. And that Lodge people were paying $25K for a 2% slice of…you know that one. Check it out:

      The 2012 Fastest Growing Companies in Atlantic Canada
      by Progress Magazine

      NO. 8
      TROUT POINT LODGE OF NOVA SCOTIA
      Industry: Accommodations
      Growth rate: 35%
      Revenue: $531,874
      Employee growth: 21%
      Full-time employees: 17
      President/CEO: Vaughan Perret
      Founded: 1998
      Head office: Kemptville, N.S.
      http://www.troutpoint.com
      Primary focus: Luxury accommodations and gourmet dining.
      Growth factor: Value-added offerings and publicity through social media and paid advertising.

      Been open for over a decade and they don’t even crack $600K a year in sales. No gold mine there Mr NAAS. Perret, according to press reports wears $1,000 suits and Leary rides around in a range rover. They’ve done very well but all those politically connected guys that paid for the whole deal like Peter Butler Jr? Looks like investment writeoffs are coming. And the poor people that bought shares in the Inn at Coyote Mountain were not been paid despite the fact the Inn has long been sold.

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