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November 18, 2011 permalink
Constable Ted Conway has returned the document seized at the Bracebridge rally on November 10. Chad Wells confirmed the return by speaking to the reporter.
Chad Wells I and 4 other members from Canada Court Watch attended the Bracebridge Ontario court house on Thursday November 17 2011. I noticed that Officer Ted Conway was on duty at the courthouse. I approached Mr. Conway to speak with him. Before I could even say hello to Mr. Conway he told me that he had returned my document to Neil Etienne, a local newspaper reporter. The document Mr. Conway was referring to was “seized” by Mr. Conway on November 10th 2011 from a protest at the Bracebridge courthouse. I’m happy that Officer Conway decided to do the right thing and return my property.
This is yet another example to show that when some of the misuse of power by police officers is brought the attention of the public, some police officers will try to correct the mistakes they have made. Members from Canada Court Watch have offered to meet with senior officers from the Muskoka OPP to discuss some of the problems we’ve had in the past with some of their officers at the public demonstrations in the Muskoka area.
Source: Facebook, Canada Court Watch