Mounties defend their handling of Vice-Admiral Mark Norman case

…Speaking to CBC News Network’s Power & Politics on Friday, MacKay said he was unsure if any information he gave to Norman’s defence team contributed to the charge against Norman being stayed — but if it did, or if the information provided by Kenney or O’Toole did, the RCMP should have been able to find it on their own.

“It seems in retrospect that there were a number of people that … I would have expected (the RCMP) to have interviewed in more detail about the case, given that the single count indictment of breach of trust covers a period of time in which the Conservative government, ministers like myself, minister Kenney and others, could have and would have had relevant information that was not requested,” MacKay told host Vassy Kapelos.

This stinks.

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