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Norman Traversy filed a Private Prosecution, Mario Dion conflict of interest PDF

fjlip's Avatar Jun 30, 2020 | 18:26 1 Hope/pray this gets traction, lets get these crooked bastards....July 1 Canada Day undo the MESS!

https://justiceforcanada.files.wordp...-ii-report.pdf

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  • Jun 30, 2020 | 23:34 2 I agree there looks to be enough evidence this should go to trial, but for some reason people who wear suits very seldom go to jail.

    Gary McHale tried and was disappointed by the courts.

    https://www.rebelnews.com/gary_mchal...or_snc-lavalin Reply With Quote
    Jul 1, 2020 | 04:15 3
    Quote Originally Posted by rumrocks View Post
    I agree there looks to be enough evidence this should go to trial, but for some reason people who wear suits very seldom go to jail.

    Gary McHale tried and was disappointed by the courts.

    https://www.rebelnews.com/gary_mchal...or_snc-lavalin

    I have met Gary on a couple of occasions and heard him speak. His book about his Caledonia experience is riveting, "Victory in the No-Go Zone"..

    He is a good, smart man who can remain calm under pressure and goes about his objectives with resolve.

    McHale had the Ontario Superior Court bring charges against then-commisioner of the OPP, Julian Fantino for trying to influence a municipal government.But as was mentioned above - suits seem to have teflon qualities.

    National Post journalistic, Christie Blatchford, gave his actions a lot of excellent coverage. Journalism lost a good one when Christie was taken by cancer. Reply With Quote
    Jul 1, 2020 | 07:41 4 Mr. Traversy is a determined man.

    He's also a watched man.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pIjx7cLuTbM Reply With Quote
    Jul 1, 2020 | 08:10 5 Pretty obvious there was interference.
    Right from the start. Typical Liberal
    corruption .
    We do have to look on the bright side
    though, if the same thing happened south of the border.
    Instead of in Canada
    The ethics commissioner would be fired by now.
    And replaced with a political hack to make the investigation go away. And any charges would be reduced
    By the attorney general, , and Raybold would not have said a thing about it to investigators, then wrote a book.
    The good news is there are still some ethics in this country Reply With Quote
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