Tony Accurso’s Canada Revenue Agency bribery trial suspended

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April 18, 2021 – A trial involving allegations that construction magnate Antonio (Tony) Accurso bribed Canada Revenue Agency auditors to reduce reported income of his companies was suspended Thursday after a Quebec Court judge ordered the Crown to turn over more evidence to defence lawyers.

Judge Mélanie Hébert ordered the prosecution to turn over “all of the documents seized by (Canada Revenue Agency) during the search warrants executed in 2008 and 2009 within the framework of Project Legaux,” unless they have no pertinence to the case. Montreal Gazette reports. | READ MORE