Quebec town settles with police chief who was harassed by his own officers
MONTREAL — After 30 years investigating crime in Montreal, a late-career stint as chief of police in the Laurentian resort town of Mont-Tremblant should have been easy for Michel Ledoux.
Instead it turned into a nightmare as the chief became the target of a harassment campaign waged by his own officers, then was fired and criminally charged for using hidden cameras and recording devices to identify his tormentors.
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