Ethically flexible as well done Spaghetti: Lametti could be SNC-Lavalin’s last hope to avoid prosecution

If the corruption and fraud case against SNC-Lavalin proceeds to trial, then David Lametti may be the only person in Canada who can save the Montreal-based engineering firm from criminal prosecution.

As attorney general, Lametti has the power to decide whether the company should be able to access a deferred prosecution agreement (DPA), which would stay those criminal proceedings.

And after losing its bid on Friday for a judicial review of the Director of Public Prosecution’s decision to proceed with criminal prosecution of the company on corruption charges instead of agreeing to a DPA, the company’s attention will now focus on Lametti.

Does anyone have faith in Canada’s Justice system any longer?

Not under the Liberal Party I don’t.

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