Alberta Premier Danielle Smith is taking the weekend to hunt for emails to the Crown's office..Smith told the Western Standard on Friday she has no knowledge of anyone in her office contacting the Crown's office over charges laid after the Coutts Freedom Convoy blockade..But she vows action if anyone did..“There’s 400 Crown prosecutors and I have 34 staff, so it’s going to take the full weekend,” Smith said on her Saturday Corus call-in radio show..READ MORE: Smith claims no knowledge of staffer emailing Coutts Crown.CBC News updated the story it first published to note it has not seen the emails, but it quotes multiple anonymous sources who said they have..On Thursday CBC News reported a staffer in Smith's office sent a series of emails to the Alberta Crown Prosecution Service about the Coutts border blockades and protests..“Premier Smith has not been in contact with Crown prosecutors and has no knowledge of anyone on her staff having done so," the Premier's Office told the Western Standard Friday morning..“I want my caucus to just be patient, as we go through the process, and as soon as we see if the emails exist, then we’ll make sure that we have a presentation to the public — we’ll know next week,” said Smith on her show and noted that the CBC did not provide her office with names..“Crown prosecutors are a no-go zone," Smith said..“I first have to do my work of getting the the Public Service Commission, which is an independent entity, working with the IT department to go through and do the review, and if we find anything, we’ll do a report on that next week.".Alberta NDP MLA Rakhi Pancholi issued the following statement in response to Smith's comments on her radio show that there will be an “email review” into allegations of interference in the Crown Prosecutors Office.."If Danielle Smith doesn't know what the staff in her office are doing, she shouldn't be Premier. These allegations are extremely serious and yet, her story keeps changing. Albertans know the UCP cannot to be trusted to investigate themselves," Pancholi said.."Albertans deserve an independent investigation. Instead, Danielle Smith is hiding the truth behind IT processes and a caucus presentation meant to shore up her chaotic leadership. Albertans deserve better."