The sudden death of RCMP Sgt. Pierre Lemaitre was probably in mind when Resergeance.net posted the video embedded here. More than a few people believe that Lemaitre was misused by his superiors after four RCMP officers ended Robert Dziekanski`s life by homicide. Then an E Division media spokesperson, Lemaitre released information provided him by a more senior Mountie. When video evidence proved the account was materially incorrect, Superintendent (now Assistant Commissioner) Wayne Rideout took over media relations for the case and prevented Lemaitre from correcting the record. To the public, he was made to look a prevaricator. Lemaitre cared about that but apparently his superiors did not.
There is no certain evidence on the record but it does seem that, while the officer who preferred misinformation to truth was promoted, the misused media spokesperson was kicked to the curb by RCMP management. What does seem certain is that, when his life ended suddenly, he was on stress leave and the police force had been pressuring members in that situation to leave the force, through resignation or involuntary termination.
Read the comments at Resergeance.net and you may conclude that Lemaitre`s death — and the deaths and abuse of others — might have been prevented if the RCMP exercised enlightened human resource management.