Interview with Norman Traversy about how the Canadian justice system stonewalled attempts to take Trudeau to criminal court

In this short interview from May 9, 2020, Norm Traversy explains why he filed criminal charges against Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

Trudeau pressured then Attorney General of Canada, Jody Wilson-Raybould, to drop charges of corruption and bribery against SNC Lavalin, a company to which Trudeau had connections, and expelled her from the Liberal Caucus when she refused.

But Traversy could not get the RCMP to lay charges, so he did so himself – then found himself locked out of the courtroom where the hearing was held behind closed doors.  And what a surprise: the charges were stayed for lack of evidence. Now Traversy is charging the Attorney General of Ontario for obstruction of justice. He knows he can’t win – but he can show what a farce the legal system has become. “We do not have the Rule of Law in this country.”

Norm has a website at justiceforcanada.ca, where you can find out about his Go Fund Me campaign.

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3 Replies to “Interview with Norman Traversy about how the Canadian justice system stonewalled attempts to take Trudeau to criminal court”

  1. Corrupt Liberals. They pack the Courts and Canada becomes a Banana Republic.
    I think same can be said of all Canadian political parties with only one exception, the Bloc Québecois. All others are Liberals at heart but hide it.

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