Last night, I came across this cryptic post from Buckets:
Fingerprints on the cocaine baggy.
But it all made sense this morning:
The mysterious third party who uncovered serious allegations that led Prime Minister Stephen Harper to toss MP Helena Guergis out of caucus is a private investigator, CTV News has learned.
Police sources say the licensed private eye contacted a Conservative Party lawyer in Toronto, and expressed concern about a potential threat of blackmail arising from allegations about the purchase and use of drugs.
It has not been confirmed who may have purchased or used the drugs in question, or who may have been prone to blackmail.
In the absence of confirmation, lets apply reasoning. Rahim's relationship to the white powder is already in the public domain, so how he would be prone to blackmail is mysterious. Hmmm.