Gallop tight lipped over former police officers who have said he is now trying to keep the pressure on, saying he is „going about it the right way.“
„I’ve never met (Toughie), but if I had, we wouldn’t be sitting here,“ the judge said.
The court was filled with angry residents, as the judge, who has a reputation as having a tough crowd, issued orders that could make the future of the investigation a matter of much debate, especially for the public.
The judge warned about the possibility the investigation could turn into „one man’s investigation and another man’s court.“ He advised all potential suspects that the public deserves to be informed of their cases.
But, the public wants to know the full extent of the police’s investigation and any future jailings, for a number of reasons, including:
How long do you have to stay silent?
Do you have any information regarding „Reds“?
How was this investigation handled?
Have you seen any criminal activity in the last year?
If you know any of these questions, please call (905) 688-5561. A spokesperson from Ottawa Police has told CBC News that the suspect has been interviewed and the investigation is ongoing.
Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson, while making a similar comment when speaking to reporters earlier Wednesday, said it is „an inappropriate time“ to talk about „a guy being put on trial.“ The police are now on notice that the public expects answers, he said.
W포커atson told reporters he spoke with Cpl. Ron Tavernise on Monday about „certain parts“ of his investigation, but he did not elaborate on the specifics of the „particular parts,“ in a statement.
„The Mayor will keep people up-to-date on how we are going to continue to make sure there are consequences for public safety when our police officers take our community to the side of public safety.“
The city of Ottawa issued a statement saying it is very surprised with the judge’s decision, bu더킹 카지노t is „willing to meet with our public officers,“ to속초출장마사지 hear „what we can do to ensure that all communities have the support they need to keep people safe.“
„We hope that members of the community will continue to come to the front lines of the discussion on what needs to happen in our community, what needs to happen in our justice system. … These are serious questions that need to be asked and that answers are always goin