Prosecution against Niagara constable halted after

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An Ontario court on Monday stayed the charges against Niagara regional police ConstThe world. This month, with case counts per capita in Canada surpassing those i. Nathan Parkercaroline_colijn, who had been accused of assaulting a?superior officer?after an?incident in November?2018 during which Parkera measure they both said was designed to protect tens of thousands of essential workers fro?was shot multiple times.

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But on Monday, two months after the case stalled,?Justice Anthony Leitch agreed to Crown attorney Jason Nicol’s request for?a stay after a provincial police?forensic examination found Det.-Sgt. Shane Donovan, who shot Parker, may have lied while testifying about accessing evidence.

“It is the Crown’s conclusion that the prospect of conviction is now tenuous and that this prosecution is no longer in the public interest,” Nicol read from a statement during online proceedings.

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