The National Post had the story in 2003 and spiked it. Still, it doesn't die, having a healthy run in the CBC, the Globe and Mail, and even on this blog. And it gets a little oomph today: KarlHeinz Schreiber, who, apparently, would like to cut a deal in Canada and sing like a little birdie about certain, er, disbursements to Prime Minister Brian Mulroney and others, still has no takers.
Looks like he may just end up telling his stories in a German courtroom, unless he wants to spend the rest of his life in jail. The Supreme Court of Canada today pulled the plug on Schreiber's challenge to Canada's extradition treaty with Germany. Will the National Post send a reporter to Germany to cover the case? Hmm, budgets are tight, ya know.