RCMP manipulatively misrepresented Supreme Court privacy ruling

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Summary

Investigators repeatedly misrepresented Supreme Court ruling "R. v. Leipert" as being a detriment to the legal system, deterring potential tipsters and manipulating anonymous informants into identifying themselves.

Detail

The lead RCMP investigator assigned to Lisa's case misrepresented "R. v. Leipert".


R. v. Leipert

(False claim by RCMP) Facebook post on behalf of Muntener: Crime Stoppers and Nanaimo RCMP don't work together anymore … If you report a tip to Crime Stoppers, the police won't look into it… This was posted by Cyndy Hall on behalf of Nanaimo RCMP Cpl Markus Muntener. Facebook: Thurs, Feb 3, 2022 (Cyndy Hall Photos)
(False claim by RCMP) Facebook post on behalf of Muntener: Crime Stoppers and Nanaimo RCMP don't work together anymore … If you report a tip to Crime Stoppers, the police won't look into it…
This was posted by Cyndy Hall on behalf of Nanaimo RCMP Cpl Markus Muntener.
Facebook: Thurs, Feb 3, 2022 (Cyndy Hall Photos)
Collection of 23 newspaper clippings advising the public to contact Crime Stoppers with information about Lisa's disappearance. Several articles include a promise of anonymity and/or mention a potential reward.


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Full Facebook post on behalf of Muntener: Crime Stoppers and Nanaimo RCMP don't work together anymore
Facebook, February 3, 2022 (Cyndy Hall)[1]


See Also

Sources

  1. Cyndy Hall, Facebook (Feb 3, 2022), Lisa Marie Young (public group) - photos fb20220203