Meanwhile In Canada – Justin Has a Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Month

Eh?  The Independent writes, “How a tangled and deadly web of global corruption spreading out from Gaddafi’s Libya threatens to topple Justin Trudeau.

Mr Trudeau’s administration stands accused of attempting to soften penalties against SNCLavalin, a Montreal-based engineering giant that allegedly paid C$48m (£27m) in bribes to Libyan officials to win contracts in the decade before Gaddafi’s downfall.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau shows off his costume as Clark Kent, alter ego of comic book superhero Superman, as he walks through the House of Commons, in Ottawa on Tuesday, October 31, 2017. (Adrian Wyld/CP)

Allegedly corrupt business dealings with the Gaddafi regime have already led to raids, seizures of assets, convictions and jail time in cases in the Netherlands and Norway, and deals under quiet scrutiny by prosecutors stretch the globe, involving firms in Europe, Asia, North America, and the Middle East, an investigation by The Independent reveals.

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