Three men have been sentenced after pleading guilty to misconduct related to their time as RCMP officers on the investigation into B.C.'s largest gang-related mass murder.
Former Staff. Sgt. David Attew and suspended Cpl. Danny Michaud were sentenced to house arrest after pleading guilty in B.C. Supreme Court on Tuesday. Both men admitted to failing to maintain law and order in the province, contrary to the RCMP Act, during the so-called Surrey Six case.
A third officer, Derek Brassington, pleaded guilty to criminal charges nearly two weeks ago. He was also sentenced to house arrest.
The execution-style Surrey Six shooting left six men dead on the 15th floor of the Balmoral Tower on Oct. 19, 2007, in Surrey, B.C.