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Ontario PC leader Tim Hudak has ratcheted up the rhetoric and isn't backing away from accusations that not only did Premier Kathleen Wynne know about the alleged unlawful deletion of documents related to the gas plant scandal, but that she signed off on the files.  

"It defies credibily that she could have been leader of the Liberal Party and Premier and said that she had no idea what was going on," he says.

"Now she wants to spend taxpayer money coming after me and my team in team with a law suit instead of concentrating on creating jobs in the province."

Wynne has indicated in an open letter that she has obtained legal advice on what she calls false, misleading, and defamatory allegations by Tim Hudak.

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Ontario PC leader Tim Hudak has ratcheted up the rhetoric and isn't backing away from accusations that not only did Premier Kathleen Wynne know about the alleged unlawful deletion of documents related to the gas plant scandal, but that she signed off on the files.  

"It defies credibily that she could have been leader of the Liberal Party and Premier and said that she had no idea what was going on," he says.

"Now she wants to spend taxpayer money coming after me and my team in team with a law suit instead of concentrating on creating jobs in the province."

Wynne has indicated in an open letter that she has obtained legal advice on what she calls false, misleading, and defamatory allegations by Tim Hudak.

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