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File: 73b9c4454d6c9f3⋯.jpg (8.03 KB, 474x135, 158:45, snc.jpg)

6d28bd  No.12790865

https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/wilson-rayboul-snc-lavalin-1.5015755

http://archive.is/yPO0N

>Jody Wilson-Raybould, the former justice minister at the centre of claims that the Prime Minister's Office pressured her to help Quebec-based engineering firm SNC-Lavalin avoid criminal prosecution, has resigned from cabinet.

>She tweeted a link to her resignation letter this morning.

>"With a heavy heart I am writing to tender my resignation as the Minister of Veterans Affairs and Associate Minister of National Defence," she wrote.

>Wilson-Raybould, who was shuffled to the Veterans Affairs portfolio in January, has been under intense scrutiny since the Globe and Mail published a report last week that alleged the PMO wanted her to direct federal prosecutors to make a "deferred prosecution agreement" (DPA) — a mechanism similar to a plea bargain — to avoid taking SNC-Lavalin to trial on bribery and fraud charges.

>On Monday, Prime Minster Justin Trudeau said he continues "to have full confidence in Jody."

>More to come …

6d28bd  No.12790870

File: 6c8b7bf8294f54a⋯.jpg (6.19 KB, 474x344, 237:172, hi liz.jpg)

http://archive.is/iArHG

>The Prime Minister’s Office is at the centre of a new row over allegations of politically interfering in a prosecution – this time in the case of Vice-Admiral Mark Norman.

>The legal team for Norman are demanding that redacted notes taken in meetings between Crown prosecutors and government lawyers from the Privy Council Office (PCO) be fully disclosed so defence lawyers can determine whether political interference took place.

>Norman lawyer Christine Mainville told a court on Monday that prosecutors should not be talking strategy with the PCO, which she called the “right arm” to the Prime Minister’s Office and first launched the investigation that led to the vice-admiral being charged.

>“The PCO supports the prime minister. They implement what the Prime Minister’s Office wants. They execute on behalf of the Prime Minister’s Office,” said Mainville.


000000  No.12790882

CANADIANS ARE ENEMY OF FREEDOM

And Californians.


0232e0  No.12790908

>>12790882

It's not even a real country.

ANNEX NOW


0232e0  No.12790931

Was this cunt in the same cult as Hillary can't thus can't prosecute her "priestess?"


ae9e2d  No.12791001

>>12790865

>break the law

>destroy the country

>write a (((heartfelt))) apology and pretend to kiss the boo boo

>get a consultant job for lavelin two years later

How can political leaders just get away with acting like children burning down a house. Bring back the gallows and hang these fuckers


2a9c2a  No.12791037

>>12790882

We should all be enemies of californians honestly.


5fc629  No.12791407

QUEBEC IS A FEATURE, NOT A BUG

>New supporting documents in the court records show that the police are working with the DPCP (Directeur des poursuites criminelles et pénales), not the federal Crown, to lay charges against the Quebec engineering firm.

http://archive.is/0WwE0




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