In 2016, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took his family on a trip to a luxury private island located in the Bahamas. He didn't have to pay the $215,000 expense. It was the gift of the Aga Khan, who is the head of an Islamic Muslim sect. The issue is that the federal government of Canada has given several hundred million dollars to the Aga Khan Foundation, which provides grants to countries in need, specifically in Africa and the Middle East.
This created an obvious conflict of interest, leading the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) to consider the possibility of charging Trudeau with breach of trust. But Trudeau was not charged. The RCMP chose not to file charges against Trudeau.
One reason, according to the report, was that the detrimental “effects on Canadian society of pursuing criminal charges against a sitting Prime Minister would vastly outweigh the deleterious effects on Canadian society were criminal charges pursued against an anonymous member of the public.”
In other words: Justin Trudeau is above the legal system.