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IIO’s actions a mystery – again

Police are often called to do things that are remarkable and courageous. Mostly it goes unnoticed and unrecognized. In the wee hours of the morning...

When will RCMP brass ever learn?

Tomorrow, Friday, May 13th, is Catherine Galliford’s last day as a member of the RCMP.  She will officially be pensioned off the staffing rolls....

The IIO is struggling to be relevant

I know the Independent Investigations Office is struggling to demonstrate any relevance in their existence. I also know that they have demonstrated a significant...

The circus never ends

On March 14th the Criminal Justice Branch of BC announced there would be no charges laid against an off duty RCMP member who was...

For Fawkes sake

Information coming from sources within the offices of the Independent Investigations Office of British Columbia (IIOBC) in the past week is stunning. Apparently, there...

More mystery in another IIO cop prosecution

After the first week of testimony in the charge of careless use of a firearm against Cranbrook Cst. Rick Drought, a 15 year veteran...

Hindsight is 20/20 in YVR case

Two of the four RCMP officers involved in the incident at YVR that resulted in the tragic death of Polish traveller Robert Dziekanski were...

Column on police shootings disingenous

Ordinarily, I wouldn’t criticize another columnist’s opinion. Everyone is entitled to theirs. But I must take exception to National Post columnist Brian Hutchinson’s effort...

Were the YVR Mounties scapegoated for political reasons?

The more time I spend looking into the case of the four RCMP officers who responded to a call to YVR in October, 2007...

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