Basi and Virk, of course, are the two former BC Liberal ministerial aides who face corruption charges in BC Supreme Court over the BC Legislature Raid case, where they are alleged to have provided confidential government documents about the $1 billion privatization of BC Rail to lobbyists for a bidder.
Bornmann is one of those lobbyists who is the Crown's key witness against Basi and Virk, and Aneal Basi, who faces money laundering charges connected to the case.
Apparently there is a publication ban on the proceedings of David Basi's preliminary hearing on charges of breach of trust and fraud related to Crown allegations he helped remove land from the Agricultural Land Reserve for the Sunriver Estates housing project in Sooke in exchange for a payment of $50,000.
Justice Ernie Quantz is hearing that case, in which veteran developers Tony Young and Jim Duncan are also facing charges.
Global TV's Keith Baldrey interviewed Basi's lawyer Michael Bolton about the case for CHEK but unfortunately I did not see that report.
UPDATE - To clarify, Bornmann, Basi and Virk were videoed separately, not together, by TV stations.