A Fraudster Is A Fraudster
At the Water War Crimes web site, we are not surprised that Duffy was caught cheating on the public purse because when Senator Mike Duffy was the leading CTV (Canadian Television Network) parliamentary reporter, before his appointment to the Senate in December 2008, Mike Duffy, was cheating Canadians when it came to telling the truth about the Water War Crimes. Instead of reporting on the developments, he maintained silence and obviously was rewarded by his silence with an appointment to Canada's unelected Senate where he earns a salary of $132.000 per year plus as much of his personal expenses as he can trick the Government into paying from taxpayers' money. According to Frank Magazine in a story written over a decade ago:
“Duffy is the journo who told TV Guide that he knew where the bodies were buried in Ottawa, what scandals went untold, but that he would always keep silent about them, in the public interest. This isn’t a journalist, it’s a co-conspirator.”
Nigel Wright, (shown in centre photo) Chief of Staff for Prime Minister Harper came to the rescue of Mr. Duffy by loaning / giving him $90,000 so Duffy could re-pay his expenses in the Senate. The loan / gift now assures Duffy will follow directions from the Prime Minister's Office about how he should act in the Senate.
Nigel Wright was appointed to his job in 2010 which places him inside the group of suspects responsible for the murder of Justice Carolyn Layden-Stevenson and the Department of Justice lawyer, Eric Noel. More damming is that Nigel Wright was part of the Brian Mulroney and Kim Campbell governments when the Water War Crimes were in active motion through a series of crooked acts at high levels in Ottawa and Victoria. Nigel is also reputed to have been an attendee at the notorious Bilderberg Club meetings which were also attended by now discredited former Premier Gordon Campbell, CBC cover up newsman, Peter Mansbridge, and alleged water investor Queen Beatrix of Holland who was forced to abdicate over corruption allegations.
Duffy knows a lot and, in the Editors Opinion, IF he had told the truth when he was CTV's parliamentary reporter, several people including Justice Layden Stevenson and Eric Noel would be alive today.
Instead, he chose to cover up the truth and innocent people were murdered.
Shame on you, Mike Duffy.