In 2008, the federal Department of Justice and senior RCMP officers considered boycotting the Braidwood Inquiry into the homicide of Robert Dziekanski. Based on internal emails obtained through FOI, the Vancouver Sun […]
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That’s what we are becoming, according to Ottawa law Professor Amir Attaran. Outstanding credentials and impressive career achievements mean that we should pay attention to his proposition. Dr. Attaran writes in the […]
“As the iconic police service undergoes a sweeping wave of reforms, it must realize that asking for help is not a sign of weakness, but of strength.” RCMP Commish William Elliott said, […]
At the Braidwood Inquiry, the late Robert Dziekanski’s mother is represented by Walter Kosteckyj of the Vancouver law firm Thompson Elliott. CBC says the lawyer is paid by the BC Government but […]
Facts, while not officially reported, have been firmly established at the Braidwood Inquiry into Robert Dziekanski’s 2007 death. Clearly, as an organization, the RCMP failed to act with care and probity from […]
Can you believe it? During the time he was the RCMP’s officer in charge of the Dziekanski cover-up, Superintendent Wayne Rideout was accepting appointment to the ORDER OF MERIT OF THE POLICE […]
Political columnist Charles Campbell said, “It doesn’t matter who gets elected on May 12. The B.C. legislature will be significantly poorer for the absence of Corky Evans.” According to Wikipedia, “Evans is noted for his folksy and homespun yet politically sophisticated oratory.” Speaking during legislative debate on March 12, retiring Evans proved both statements correct: