Two women who were assaulted by Ottawa Police Const. Eric Post say a plea deal brokered by the Crown diminishes the violence and fear the officer inflicted upon them.
On Jan. 15, Post pleaded guilty to five charges related to violence against several women over the course of five years. They were women he was linked to romantically or knew personally. He initially faced 32 charges — the highest number ever for an officer in the Ottawa Police Service.STREAM |The province on Monday reported a record COVID-19 patients in ICUs.?The Fifth Estate: “Exposed: Sexism within Ottawa police”enableConversations?onare permitted for up to 150 people.?CBC Gem.
With the plea deal, 27 alleged offences ranging from sexual assault and criminal harassment to unlawful confinement were dropped.
The women told CBC’s The Fifth Estate the justice system has “silenced” them while safeguarding a “dangerous” police officer.The podium in Washington followin?
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