Ottawa police chief asks OPP to investigate senior officers for alleged evidence manipulation

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Ottawa police Chief Charles Bordeleau is calling for the Ontario Provincial Police to investigate three senior police employees after allegations of fraud and evidence manipulation were made against them, Postmedia has learned.

On Monday, Ottawa lawyer Michael Edelson sent letters to Bordeleau, two Ontario cabinet ministers and the head of the OPP requesting an investigation into the actions of two senior Ottawa police officers and a lawyer in the force’s legal department.

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