Saturday, March 10, 2018


   Toronto Sun:  OTTAWA - The RCMP laid a charge of breach of trust against Vice-Admiral Mark Norman, following a two-year criminal investigation into the leaking of classified government information to a Quebec shipyard.
   Norman has denied any wrongdoing. His lawyer, Marie Henein, released a strongly worded statement, “This is a very sad day for an extraordinary Canadian who we should be celebrating rather than prosecuting. Our public resources should be put to better use.”
    The official Opposition Conservatives accused the Liberals of political interference after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau predicted in April 2017 that the case would end up in court, even though Norman hadn’t been charged. 

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