READ: Jody Wilson-Raybould Issues Letter To Justice Committee

Says government can waive solicitor-client privilege, but she can’t.

In advance of testimony expected this week, former Attorney General Jody Wilson-Raybould has issued a letter to the Justice Committee.

With Trudeau earlier adding to the confusion by saying he could lift ‘some’ privilege but will decide what is and isn’t ‘relevant,’ it is still unclear how far Jody Wilson-Raybould can go in saying what’s happening.

And in her letter, she makes it clear that it’s up to the Trudeau government to make clear what she is able to say:

“I am anxious to appear at the first available time. However, I believe that in advance of my appearance the members of the committee and I should have as much clarity as we can in relation to the possible constraints on the matters about which I may properly testify.”

Jody Wilson-Raybould’s full letter can be viewed below:

Jody Wilson-Raybould Letter Justice Committee

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Ralph Knapp

So, Trudeau has effectively muzzled Wilson-Raybould after intimating that wouldn’t happen. I’m not surprised. Freedom of speech be damned when it comes to protecting his azz and his pals at SNC Lavalin. It’s yet another sign that he’s protecting himself from the inevitable.

Len Shier

Great letter — stick to your principles — you seem to be the only one down there that really has any.
Oh yes, and please … spill the beans … BIG TIME !!


I still believe this is just a smokescreen by JWR to make it look like she will tell whatever “truth” she is allowed to. She is still a strong Liberal caucus member and has no intention of destroying her party’s grip on governing Canadians.