Duffy told the senate Wright arranged to have the Party's top lawyer Arthur Hamilton give Duffy a $13,560 cheque for his legal costs.
"That's right," thundered Duffy. "One cheque from Nigel Wright? No, ladies and gentlemen, there were two cheques, at least two cheques."
"When you look at all those emails in that chain, it proves this was set up from the start, and that I am innocent," he said.
"The cheques tell who is telling the truth and who is not."
Taking aim at PMO lawyer Ben Perrin, Duffy tells the tail of a guilty party pulling the strings of the upcoming Conservative policy convention. Perrin, Duffy says, "is actively involved in vetting resolutions for the party's national policy meeting in Calgary."