RCMP trial set for labour charges in Moncton shooting

Tom Rataj
January 10, 2017
Labour Code charges stem from response to shooting in 2014 that left three RCMP officers dead

MONCTON, N.B. — More than two months have been set aside for the trial of the RCMP on Labour Code charges stemming from the force’s response to a 2014 shooting rampage in New Brunswick that left three officers dead.

Defence lawyers declined comment Friday as they left a pre-trial conference in Moncton.

When the force entered pleas of not-guilty in May 2016, lawyer Mark Ertel said the pre-trial conference would be necessary to try to condense the hearings.


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