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Calls for Sen. Campbell to Step Down Following B.C. Money Laundering
This has, understandably, raised a few questions about how much the Senator was privy to goings-on in the casino, and whether or not he could have known about the money laundering. A conflict of interest is certainly something that could be levelled at Senator Campbell, and he has subsequently refused to answer questions relating to the incident, and any benefit it may have afforded him.
A lot of Canadians are not happy, and this should come as unsurprising news. The fact of the matter is that Campbell could well have benefitted from illegal activity – at the very least it is a conflict of interest. Duff Conacher of Democracy Watch chastised the Senator, claiming “Senator Campbell is in a constant conflict of interest between his duties as a board member to further the company’s interests, and his duty as a senator to uphold the overall public interest of the people of B.C..”