Supreme Court to hear appeal in charges against Surrey Six investigators

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The Supreme Court of Canada will hear an appeal from the special prosecutor assigned to handle cases tied to the Surrey Six murders in Surrey, B.C.

Canada’s highest court has ruled it will hear special prosecutor Chris Considine’s appeals of a 2015 ruling from the Supreme Court of British Columbia and a 2017 decision from the British Columbia Court of Appeal.

Court-imposed bans prohibit the release of details but the high court says the matters relate to allegations that four RCMP officers involved in the murder investigation engaged in inappropriate conduct while managing a protected witness.

Derek Brassington and Paul Johnston, David Attew and Danny Michaud face charges including breach of trust, obstruction of justice and fraud.

Read more at Metro News

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.