Quebec Crown wants police to investigate allegations 2 Liberal MNAs escaped justice

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Quebec’s Director of Criminal and Penal Prosecutions (DPCP) has asked the deputy minister of public security to call a police investigation into allegations that two Liberal MNAs were investigated for an illegal political fundraising scheme in 2012, but a decision to charge them “was somehow blocked at the highest level.”

The head of Montreal’s police union, Yves Francoeur, dropped that bombshell in an interview on 98.5 FM last week.

Francoeur said one former and one sitting Liberal MNA had been enmeshed in an illegal fundraising scheme involving a real-estate company with ties to organized crime.

Read more at CBC News

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.