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Tom Parkin Mar 7
I believe the effort to block a criminal trial and have narrow DPA terms is heavily driven by past and present politicians and public officials who took bribes and don’t want to be named. Not jobs.
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Pam Shaw Mar 7
Replying to @TomPark1n
I hope you are wrong.
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Tom Parkin
It is a court-proven fact three Canadian public officials took bribes — $12.5M, $10M and $2.3M. We know they illegally gave $100k to the Liberal Party. Why wouldn’t there be more? It was their business model.
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Charles Smith Mar 7
Replying to @pamshaw2
And notwithstanding the jobs argument, how many wealthy corporate executives get to wash their hands of decades of corruption if the DPA is approved?
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Tom Parkin Mar 7
DPA is supposed to include a full admission of facts and pro-active disclosure of criminality. Hence SNC trying to limit DPA terms.
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Julie Ali Mar 7
Replying to @answerallman @pamshaw2
Do you have evidence of your insinuations?
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Pam Shaw Mar 7
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