It’s just not fair.
That’s the message Liberal senator Larry Campbell is spreading with regard to the “serious personal misconduct” allegations leveled against Liberal MPs Massimo Pacetti and Scott Andrews.
Last week, in an interview with the Hill Times, Campbell — a former mayor of Vancouver and ex-RCMP officer — said that the two NDP MP accusers should identify themselves publicly.
"I feel bad that they weren’t identified. I think everybody should be identified. Why should they [Liberal MPs] get smeared and [the NDP MPs are not even identified]?" he said.
"To me, it’s just totally unfair."
I think when you’re accused of something in our justice system, you should be able to address the accuser. It’s almost better to be charged criminally because at least then you have a chance to clear your name in a public place.—Liberal Senator Larry Campbell
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