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A Crown attorney's warning that the prosecution of six drug squad officers was in jeopardy because Toronto police weren't doing enough to help is indicative of a broader desire within the service to "sweep it all under the carpet," says the lawyer who represented two original complainants.
"My greatest concern is the way the investigation was stacked against the prospect of any finding of systemic corruption or misconduct," Peter Biro said yesterday.
The largest police corruption case in Canadian history collapsed in January after a judge tossed out the charges, blaming the "... Read more