Interesting article by Crawford Kilian on the Sensitive and International Investigations unit of the RCMP affidavit (that unit is charged with investigating matters of significant risk to Canada's political, economic and social integrity).
Some further thoughts based on that article:
If Nigel Wright is a "person dealings with the government" and so the Duffy agreement to accept the "gift" might fall under section 121, then are not the other 3 PMO officers mentioned in the affidavit also "persons with dealings with the government"?
If so, if they participated in the "scenario" that Duffy in his one email said Wright was "working out", would they also not be in the same position as Wright (the RCMP says they have not yet decided whether to lay charges against Wright in connection with the $90,000 "gift", but this seems to indicate there might be grounds for such a charge)?
And if two or more persons with dealings with the government decide or agree (without "directing" one of them) that one of them should make a "gift" in such circumstances (something Wright and the other PMO officers named in the RCMP affidavit have denied happening), could this not amount to conspiracy under the Criminal Law Act?
No doubt the RCMP team is considering all these angles. When all the named persons are interviewed by the RCMP unit, a more complete picture should emerge as to who did what, with whom, when and why.