Paul Kennedy, Chair of the Commission for Public Complains Against the RCMP, says that the RCMP shoud not self-investigate in serious incidents so as to avoid a conflict of interest.
Canadian Politics, Law, Some people sure are funny
I begin to wonder
(Seriously … can’t think of a clever comment focusing on the – um – obviousness of such a decision.)
Isn’t it amazing that it took a commissioner to find this? Of course, if there is any sort of in-group it will want to defend itself from the out-group, hence the self-investigating.
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