Mountie broke the law when he leaked protester's background, says watchdog report

A British Columbia Mountie broke the law when he started snooping into a protester's background and leaked information to municipal officials — but it took an outside investigation to convince RCMP brass to see it that way.

The incident dates back to the fall of 2015, when a complaint came forward alleging that an officer accessed police databases and disclosed background information to senior municipal officials after a rowdy council meeting, according to a report by the RCMP's independent watchdog obtained through access to information law.


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