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Charges dropped in mansion gaming bust, defence alleges cops planted evidence, stole watches

shockedcanadian

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The CCP (Creepy Canadian Police)...no wonder our allies don't trust us. Another high rolling, organized criminal going to walk free and laugh all the way to his next mansion operation.


Months after police unveiled a massive bust at an alleged illegal casino at a sprawling mansion north of Toronto, charges have been withdrawn against a central figure in the case — with his lawyers now alleging that police planted evidence and stole watches worth hundreds of thousands of dollars from his bedroom.

Now Danielle Robitaillem, the lawyer for 52-year-old Wei Wei, has filed a complaint with the Office of the Independent Police Review Director (OIPRD), asking it to investigate what went on with York Regional Police's "Project Endgame."

According to police, the Crown withdrew all charges against Wei earlier this month, and he has entered into a common law peace bond — an order to keep the peace and be of good behaviour with certain conditions — for a two-year period.

An internal York Regional Police investigation is underway, but the same police force that is alleged to have acted inappropriately cannot properly examine what happened here, Robitaille says in the letter.

"We no longer have any confidence in the objectivity of the YRP's internal investigation into this matter," Robitaille wrote, in a letter first obtained by The Toronto Star.

"It is on this basis that we submit a formal complaint to your office to investigate this serious misconduct and abuse of authority by the York Regional Police."
 

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Clearly the police cannot be trusted.
 
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Clearly the police cannot be trusted.

We definitely have some problems in Canada. It's not even well hidden anymore, and those in the know realize it needs to change. We are already in Little Power status, it can get worse...
 

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