The RCMP Have no Choice but to Investigate the SNC-Lavalin Scandal


It is clear the efforts to have then Attorney General Judy Wilson-Raybould interfere with the decision of the Director of Public Prosecutions not to abandon a prosecution of SNC-Lavalin in a $48 million bribery case involving the late Muammar Gaddafi and the alleged defrauding of Libyan organizations of $130 million was multifaceted and involved a number of people. The attempt to interfere was adjudged to be a breach of Section 9 of the Conflicts of Interest Act. In other words, he broke the law, again. This is the second time Trudeau has been found in breach of the Act.