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Toronto police say there is no reason to believe that a series of disappearances in the city’s Church-Wellesley Village are in any way related.The neighbourhood has been on edge for more than a year after two men -- Andrew Kinsman and Selim Esen -- went missing.The commissioner had ridiculed the allegation in his appearance before the Senate standing committee in 2013.He also professed no knowledge of it when shown a report from city police in London, Ont., confirming that Proulx had indeed been picked up in the sting.Merrifield had raised the issue before the Senate committee in May 2013, saying the officer involved, Superintendent (ret’d) Marc Proulx, was never disciplined.He has cited it as evidence that the RCMP’s commissioned officers protect their own, while using harassment procedures to drive non-commissioned officers they don’t like out of the force.Their disappearances followed those of three other men who have also vanished from the area in recent years.Last week, a 22-year-old woman, Tess Richey, was found murdered in the same area.
Merrifield learned of the complaint in October, Phillips says, when he was informed that Paulson was now the principal complainant.
But one of his closest lieutenants, Assistant Commissioner Steven White, later testified that RCMP brass knew about it as early as January 2012, and that he discussed it with Paulson at that time.
Family members are coming to the defense of a man seen in a video posted online, smashing through the windows of a man’s car during a confrontation in Grande Prairie.
Tissington, and his relative did not provide comment initially, but a statement entitled ‘The Other Side’ was posted on Facebook late Tuesday evening outlining the other side of events leading up to the video.
In the post, a man identifying himself as Tyler Stojan, Tissington’s stepson, said Dallyn had threatened him in the past over an ongoing dispute dating back to 2014.