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Nigel Wright, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper's chief of staff, arrives to testify before the Commons ethics committee on Parliament Hill in Ottawa in this November 2, 2010 file photo. Harper announced May 19, 2013 he has accepted the resignation of Wright, following revelations his chief of staff had been involved in the ongoing Senate expense account spending scandal. (CHRIS WATTIE/REUTERS)
Nigel Wright, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper's chief of staff, arrives to testify before the Commons ethics committee on Parliament Hill in Ottawa in this November 2, 2010 file photo. Harper announced May 19, 2013 he has accepted the resignation of Wright, following revelations his chief of staff had been involved in the ongoing Senate expense account spending scandal. (CHRIS WATTIE/REUTERS)

Read Duffy's documents, including e-mails and cheque from Conservative lawyer Add to ...

Senator Mike Duffy says the infamous $90,000 cheque written by Nigel Wright, the Prime Minister’s former chief of staff to cover the living expenses he had claimed, was not the only money paid by the Conservatives to make the problems go away.

Mr. Duffy rose in the Senate on Monday to say Conservative Party lawyer Arthur Hamilton also wrote a cheque for $13,560 to cover his legal fees.

Read the documents Mr. Duffy tabled in Parliament to prove his case.

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