Jody Wilson-Raybould Vindicated & Trudeau Humiliated As SNC-Lavalin Loses In Court

The Independent Public Prosecutor, Federal Court, and former Attorney General have now all said “NO” to giving SNC-Lavalin a deferred prosecution. Yet Trudeau and his cronies keep pushing.

Jody Wilson-Raybould’s principled decision to stand with Canada’s Independent Prosecutor on the issue of SNC-Lavalin has been vindicated once again.

A federal court struck down SNC-Lavalin’s attempt to ‘review’ the decision of the Director of Public Prosecution to reject a ‘Deferred Prosecution Agreement.’

SNC-Lavalin Court Defeat

SNC-Lavalin is trying to avoid facing a criminal trial on charges of bribery.

This is a big court defeat for SNC-Lavalin, and it’s also humiliating for Justin Trudeau.

Over and over again, the rule of law has stood against giving SNC-Lavalin a Deferred Prosecution Agreement.

Just like regular Canadians are supposed to follow the rules, big companies are supposed to follow the rules.

And the former Attorney General, Public Prosecutor, and now a Federal Court have all ruled that SNC-Lavalin must face a criminal trial.

Yet, Justin Trudeau continues to ignore all of that, and the new Attorney General is a Trudeau stooge who is already musing about giving SNC-Lavalin a DPP.

This makes things even more clear: In the issue of SNC-Lavalin, Jody Wilson-Raybould, the Federal Court, and the Public Prosecutor all stand on the side of the rule of law, while Justin Trudeau stands against it.

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New Attorney General going to jail for Trudeau?
Politician appointed against a judge’s order…hmmm…


Trudeau had better be fearful of what SNC says in court for they now have nothing to lose and it looks like the gavel of justice is coming down! I’m starting to think that we have a checkmate score, one for the rule of law and zero for the Liberals!

Al Stevenson

With all this going on our fearless leader is hiding in Nunavit

Robert Rice

I love it!!! The rule of law prevails. trudeaus’ corruption and trying to stand above the law is on full display due to this rule of law decision by the Federal Court. A great day for Canada and the rule of law that we Canadians must follow day by day. trudeau, the most corrupt politician Canada has ever seen. I guess the next thing trudeau will try to do is to change the law so that even after SNC-Lavalin gets convicted that they will still be able to get government jobs. Something I find interesting is that in 2015 SNC-Lavalin… Read more »

Neil M Tokar

It is funny that a lawyer apparently knows more about the law than a drama teacher and a stoner snowboarding instructor.

Beverley Campbell

You better believe that this isn’t over yet, imagine the audacity of SNC-Lavalin thinking (along with our esteemed (NOT) Prime Minister) that they are mightier than the LAW and should receive special exemption from prosecution, (I add, along with our esteemed (NOT) Prime Minister. Now he has lost the loyalty and faith of the average Canadian who does not desire to even see this legislation that might have provided this special treatment, become law, how did it get in, who wrote it, who promoted it, was it invisible until it was accepted? For his sweaty attempt to make this seem… Read more »

Sharon Kerr

Most of the news surrounding Trudeau that is against Canadian interests is never exposed, and I want to see him go down in flames and get Conservatives back in