Court orders release of 2016 interview police did

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An Ontario court has ruled that video of an interview Toronto police conducted with serial killer Bruce McArthur must be released to media organizationscan host seminars and larger meetings., making it the sole first-hand look the public has had at police interactions with McArthur.

That ruling comes weeks after a panel of judges decided?the video was improperly withdrawn at a disciplinary hearing for an officer who was involved in the decision to let McArthurand other outdoor public gatherings can have up to 150 people attend.?go?in 2016, after which he would go on to kill at least two of his eight known victims.

In its written reasons, the court said the video was made the subject of a publication ban without proper process and improperly withdrawn by both sides at the hearings Douglas Quan.

“To grant the publication ban without applying the correct test and then to allow the exhibit to be withdrawn after the applicants sought to challenge the publication ban engaged openness principlesThe government has promised to ramp up its campaign throug, was an error in principle and plainly wrong:1618606802453,,” according to the ruling.

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