Author Topic: Trudeau accused in SNC-Lavalin scandal  (Read 33007 times)

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Offline waldo

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Re: Trudeau accused in SNC-Lavalin scandal
« Reply #1890 on: January 05, 2020, 11:36:18 pm »
You have your replies. Now go back to Gerald and ask for some fresh talking points!  ;D ;D ;D

was it asking you for the citation that has you runningAway?  ;D

your deflect/distract routine doesn't explain what would push PPSC into a plea-bargain. If PPSC had the TheCase, had TheGoods, what conceivably could bring the plea-bargain forward, particularly in such a high-profile proceeding. Wait, what's that waldo... the plea-bargain was offered by PPSC the very day before SNC-L was to make its second submission in regards the "Abuse Of Process" proceeding. You know, the abuse of process that came to light as a part of the Justice Committee testimonies. Is that what caused PPSC to 'turn tail & run', hey member kimmy?  ;D Timing is just so coincidental - yes?
If the prosecution had no case, why did SNC-Lavalin agree to plead guilty and pay $280 million in fines?

sweet to read you wiggin' out! Again, if TheCase/TheGoods were as strong as you imply, why would PPSC stay all but the one single charge... and effectively provide like/less than what a DPA would have realized?

by the by, are you really asking why SNC-L would agree to terms less impacting than what a DPA would have provided to them? Really, that's your ask?  ;D