A Leopard Never Changes its Spots
Under Canadian law, all partners in a law firm are considered as one entity, so, until proved otherwise, Chretien is assumed by law to know that his law partners were paying a $2 million bribe to the wife of an African diplomat to assist Griffiths Energy of Canada to acquire oil concessions in Chad, an oil rich country in Africa.
Chretien is keeping his mouth shut lest he implicate himself and his partners further.
Murdering witnesses is a common Canadian practice and the death toll of witnesses to the Water War Crimes is now over 35 and increasing steadily.
Click here to visit the Graveyard of the Guilty where 35 witnesses and criminals are buried.