Vidéos de point de presse découpées (Rebel Média)
Point de presse intégral. À 3m50s, le sujet est abordé (Le Devoir)
19 octobre 2019
Trudeau’s West Grey accuser was much younger than first
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau‘s underage accuser was much
younger at the time of their relationship than was first thought,
her father tells The Chronicle. Some in the public discourse
pegged the accusor at 17 years old. That is inaccurate.
“She was much, much younger than that,” the wealthy
Canadian businessman told The Chronicle yesterday. He
was not a party to the $2.25 million mutual non-disclosure
non-disparagement agreement that she signed, in
exchange for her continued silence, on the Wednesday
evening of October 9th.
The terms of that agreement prevent both the accuser and
Trudeau from acknowledging “any aspect” of that relationship,
without triggering a six-to-seven-figure liquidated damages
clause. That penalty starts at $500,000 and scales up,
depending on the magnitude of the breach.
The accusor’s father shared with The Chronicle a
password-protected digital copy of that agreement, giving
us limited access to it for several hours on the condition
we would make no copies and not distribute. (...)
To date, Trudeau has not offered a public denial of The Buffalo
Chronicle’s reporting. Instead, he has instructed his
communications staffers to decline to answer those questions
and to attack the credibility of this publication.
The Buffalo Chronicle has never — in our entire operating
history — been sued for defamation or any other matter. We
have never once received a cease and desist letter from the
subjects of any article since we began publishing in 2014.
We have not received such a cease and desist letter from
20 Octobre 2019
Un producteur de fausses nouvelles a marqué la campagne
fédérale – Agence QMI
Le Buffalo Chronicle s’est fait connaître dans les dernières
semaines en publiant un faux article sur le premier ministre
sortant qui aurait versé plus de 2 millions $ pour faire taire un
rapport sur ses inconduites sexuelles.
20 Octobre 2019
Trudeau operatives have been hounding Mark Zuckerberg
to censor a US-based newspaper
The Chronicle has never been sued for defamation in our
operating history. The publication has never received a cease-
and-desist letter, from Mr. Trudeau or anyone else. We stand by
our reporting and are confident in our sources. That’s particularly
true as it relates to our coverage of Canadian politics this year.
22 Octobre 2019
La victoire-défaite de Trudeau – Yves Boisvert
Le Canada sort de ces élections plus divisé que jamais depuis une