And it's also where the public has become used to seeing dishonourable conduct by officers go virtually unpunished.
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Some think this latest imbroglio is too embarrassing and potentially damaging for the force to deal with in its usual fashion. It exploded earlier this week when the Vancouver Sun revealed that images posted on a website allegedly showed Cpl. Brown in a number of bondage and torture poses with a woman, including some involving a large butcher knife.
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But the matter became muddled on Friday when a local erotica organization said the most controversial images linked to the officer were not, in fact, him but someone else. The B. RCMP refused to comment on developments Friday, saying there is an investigation under way. From the pictures, it's not completely clear.
There seems to be little dispute that the person in these shots is Cpl. But given that the outrage the story has produced has been mostly generated by Cpl.
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Brown's association with the most sickening of the images, it would seem that the first matter RCMP investigators need to address is whether the man in those particular photos is the officer in question. The RCMP has admitted that it found "some graphic staged photographs" on a memory stick belonging to Cpl. Brown in December At the time, nothing was done because the commanding officer of the Coquitlam detachment did not believe they met the terms of what is considered a code-of-conduct violation. But what were the photos that were originally discovered?
Did they involve Cpl. Even if they didn't, does the RCMP want a male officer on its force who would associate himself with this type of activity?
Especially an officer who, as a senior member of his detachment, might well be asked to deal with cases involving violence against women? Is it possible to separate one's private interests, pursuits and beliefs from one's job responsibilities? Much has been made of Cpl. Richards asked for a year sentence. Report an error.
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Myron Demkiw, a lead officer on the case, said he was disappointed that a former police officer would commit such offences. Guns with serial numbers removed have one purpose, "and that's for crime," he said. Kift said his planned appeal will focus on infringements of the Charter of Rights and the fact it was not proved that the guns he gave Yanover were active.
They had been "all deactivated by me," he said.
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