Earlier this year, the Ontario Provincial Police conducted a criminal investigation into senior members of the RCMP on allegations of obstruction of justice – relating to the treatment of the RCMP officers involved in the arrest and death of Robert Dziekanski.

Earlier this week, BC’s Director of Police Services Brenda Butterworth-Carr resigned from her post. Butterworth-Carr said she opted “to focus on personal matters and spend time with my family.” But is this actually the case?

True North’s Leo Knight believes there’s much more than meets the eye.

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