3 Top Dogs Quit in 2 Weeks
The retirement comes one week after the so-called retirement of RCMP Commissioner, Bob Paulson, (shown in photo to right of Coulombe) and RCMP Deputy Commissioner, Craig Callens, and the visit of US Department of Homeland Security Director, John Francis Kelly, (shown in photo on right) to Ottawa, a month after Prime Minister Trudeau's visit to Washington where he made certain commitments to US President, Donald John Trump.
Mr. Trudeau returned to Canada and paid a two day visit the scene of the Water War Crimes in Victoria British Columbia and the heads started to roll.
Callens was the Deputy Commissioner of E Division of the RCMP which is the RCMP intelligence unit that also provides security for politicians so, like the head of the US secret service, Callens and Paulson are top level intelligence assets / spies also.
After his meetings with Mr. Trump and to British Columbia, Mr. Trudeau was in Houston on March 10 and 11 2017 and in New York City on March 15 and 16, 2017.
When three of a nation's top spies are all removed within a week or two after high level meetings of a national leader with US Government, the observer can reasonably conclude that it is not a co-incidence and the dismissals are related to the Prime Minister's travels and intelligence briefings.