If Butts brings up government docs as evidence, that may be illegal

Gerald Butts was the supposed brains behind the power of the Prime Minister’s Office. In his hurry to protect his college friend, current Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Butts may have made a series of ill-advised moves.

The latest may break the laws of the land — something the Trudeau Liberals may have taken to an art form in recent weeks. Butts should have no documentary evidence to contradict former Attorney General Jody-Wilson Raybould. Possession of such documents is arguably illegal.