Secret Trial: Brian Mulroney, Stevie Cameron, and the Public Trust

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McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP, Oct 5, 2004 - History - 244 pages
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Within weeks of leaving office, Mulroney was paid at least $225,000 in cash by Karlheinz Schreiber, an international arms dealer wanted in Germany for bribery and tax evasion. When confronted by Kaplan about the unexplained payment, Mulroney vehemently denied any wrongdoing: "Anyone who says anything about [the money] will be in for one fuck of a fight." At the root of Kaplan's investigation is a secret trial and its stunning revelations - information that nearly escaped public attention. Only now, years later, is the former prime minister facing a public inquiry that threatens to permanently derail his reputation.

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Hating former Prime Minister, Brian Mulroney, is sort of a national passtime. In this book, William Kaplan brings to light new information on the Airbus scandal, and the role of journalist Stevie ... Read full review

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WILLIAM KAPLAN is a member of the Faculty of Law at the University of Ottawa.

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