BOMBSHELL: New Timeline Reveals PM Spoke To Jody Wilson-Raybould About SNC-Lavalin AFTER Federal Prosecutors Rejected ‘Deferred Prosecution’

This changes things significantly. It makes Trudeau look even worse.

Yet another report from the Globe & Mail is rocking the Canadian political scene.

Initially, it had been thought that Justin Trudeau spoke to Jody Wilson-Raybould about the SNC-Lavalin issue before a decision was made on a ‘deferred prosecution agreement.’

However, that’s not the case. Here’s a key excerpt:

“Federal prosecutors had already rejected a settlement with SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. nearly two weeks before Prime Minister Justin Trudeau spoke with then-attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould about the matter last fall.

Court documents obtained by The Globe and Mail show that Kathleen Roussel, director of public prosecutions, had informed SNC-Lavalin on Sept. 4 that she intended to proceed with a prosecution on bribery and fraud charges against the Montreal-based engineering giant stemming from its business dealings in Libya.

Mr. Trudeau has repeatedly said he told Ms. Wilson-Raybould in a Sept. 17 conversation that the decision on the SNC-Lavalin prosecution was hers alone to make, but that concerns were raised about the economic impact of a conviction.”

However, the Deferred Prosecution Law does not allow ‘national economic interest’ to be a consideration in whether to give a company that deferred prosecution.

This makes things even worse for Trudeau.

If the decision was Jody Wilson-Raybould’s to make, and if that decision had already been made, then why did Trudeau speak to her about it afterwards?

This fits perfectly with what seems overwhelmingly to be the case: Trudeau and the PMO pressured Jody Wilson-Raybould to give a sweetheart deal to a powerful Quebec company with Liberal connections. It’s a potentially illegal attempt to interfere in the prosecution of a major corporation, and the Canadian People deserve answers, not more evasions and deception from the PM.

Spencer Fernando

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It would be so much better for everyone if Trudeau would just resign. He may be good at acting, but as a prime minister, he is grossly incompetent. You can hardly miss the fact. It’s evident just about every time he opens his mouth and every time he does anything as Prime Minister. It’s painful to watch him anymore.


What is his excuse going to be today?


It is quite apparent what has taken place. Trudope and the PMO obviously spoke to Jody Wilson-Raybould to have the bribery and fraud charges dropped against SNC-Lavalin after SNC-Lavalin had already been charged. If Jody Wilson-Raybould denies that this took place then, there is obviously Jody Wilson-Raybould has accepted a bribe from Trudope and Canadians CANNOT and WILL NOT have any respect for an MP who Canadians believed to be ethical!

Robert Rice

Is anyone really surprised by this. Anyone with half a brain cell would have thought this. trudeau is a corrupt lying bastard who is still saying and doing whatever he can to keep more and more information from coming out about this latest scandal of his. trudeau is not qualified to hold any postion that has anyone who answers to him. Trudeau has the brains of a ……., well, actually there is no comparison to be made, he has no brains whatsoever. He is not fit to shovel schitt from one pile to another. The worst PM Canada has ever… Read more »

shawn harris

Trudeau promised in 2015 that his government would be the most open and transparent government ever seen by Canadians.Yet it has been anything but open and transparent, it has been just another version of the same corrupt and deceitful Liberal governments of the past. And, now it appears that Trudeau’s story of never having directed or influenced Raybould about SNC Lavalin is unravelling. Trudeau’s government and his style of governing Canadians is like an onion, the more you peel it back the more lies, deceit and corruption you find. Just when is the RCMP going to make an appearance and… Read more »

Don Taylor

Trudeau has told so many lies ,it is hard to believe him on anything he says

peter black

WATCH CAREFULLY. Trudope will resign to stay out of jail. He thinks he is above the law. Let’s show him Canadian justice at its best

Karen Anderson

Interesting this country is in ruin !!!!


Spencer Fernando tell me if I’m wrong in my thoughts on the following! Is the opposition being suck in by the PM who has repeatively emphasis neither he nor the PMO pressured the AG! Is the word pressured not open to interpretation as to degree, we know what political pressure is lobbying which all MP get it and major companies direct to the PMO, and direct to the PM which may not ever be admitted but certainly known. I’m sure the PMO would approach the AG and want to know their direction, and point out the important in their decisions… Read more »


Spencer Fernando, thank you for the reply, keep up the good work with your direct and forthright findings! If the PM has had direct approach on the SNC prosecution which would be interference he would be in complicit ( in legal terms) after the fact which should have serious consequence to the extent of his resignation (wishful thinking and hopeful)! I’m sure you’ll agree the AG (Jody) would have to be able to spill the whole can of beans, would be very smelly. Best regards.