A case for coercive interrogation

Over the last few weeks I have been reading only as much as my stomach can handle about the Oliphant inquiry investigating the dealings of former Prime Minister Brian Mulroney with German-Canadian businessman Karlheinz Schreiber.

Not a lot of honest answers about the envelopes stuffed with cash.

If polite questions patiently asked by lawyers can’t get at the truth, perhaps waterboarding should be considered for both Mulroney and Schreiber.

(Just kidding – I’ve read Michael Ignatieff)

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