Julie Couillard has some interesting things to say for herself in her interview. She seems quite well spoken and is clearly hurt by the tone of recent events. I found it interesting that she should be especially angry at opposition MPs who used the scandalicious circumstances of her previous lovers to impugn Bernier's behaviour. Harper and Bernier allowed her to twist in the wind. If as she claims, she is a complete innocent, she should be furious with Bernier and his bosses for the off hand manner in which they played this ugly business. Despite her protestations, she has moved in circles with questionable company. Friends of friends of bikers don't get executed, like one of her previous exes.
The revelation that her house was bugged then expertly cleaned before she had it professionally swept is very interesting. This is just the beginning of the whirlwind and Harper's dismissals and deflections aren't going to be able to spin this off any time soon. There will be a great popcorn hungry audience eager to see the next few episodes of the adventures of Naughty Max. So where are the RCMP in all of this? Mishandling and removal of secret documents from secure locations should warrant a more extensive investigation, no?