The legal problems seem to be adding up for Trudeau and his cronies.
Justin Trudeau and his former top adviser Gerald Butts have been issued subpoenas by Mark Norman’s defence lawyers.
According to a new report, his lawyers want communications related to the case, including emails, text messages, or written notes from Trudeau and Butts.
Additionally, communications are wanted from “Trudeau’s Chief of Staff Katie Telford, Clerk of the Privy Council Michael Wernick and Zita Astravas, chief of staff to Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan.”
“The notes are being sought by the legal team defending the former vice chief of the defence staff against a single charge of breach of trust. Norman is accused of leaking cabinet secrets in relation to a shipbuilding deal. The subpoenas were issued earlier this month as Toronto lawyer Marie Henein was preparing a motion to dismiss the case on the basis of alleged political interference.”
This is the latest in the mounting potential legal problems for Trudeau and his cronies.
Having been elected on a promise of “openness and transparency,” the Trudeau Liberals now appear to be running one of the most closed and corrupt governments ever seen in Canadian history.
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