Nigel Wright (left), former chief of staff to Prime Minister Stephen Harper, leaves the courthouse in Ottawa on Wednesday during a lunch break in his first day of testimony in the trial of former Conservative Senator Mike Duffy.
Nigel Wright (left), former chief of staff to Prime Minister Stephen Harper, leaves the courthouse in Ottawa on Wednesday during a lunch break in his first day of testimony in the trial of former Conservative Senator Mike Duffy. Fred Chartrand The Canadian Press via The Associated Press
Nigel Wright (left), former chief of staff to Prime Minister Stephen Harper, leaves the courthouse in Ottawa on Wednesday during a lunch break in his first day of testimony in the trial of former Conservative Senator Mike Duffy. Fred Chartrand The Canadian Press via The Associated Press

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