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.
RCMP trial set for labour charges in Moncton shooting
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