September 28, 2006

Sept. 28, 2006: Zaccardelli & Arar

Contrite RCMP chief apologizes to Arar family, Meagan Fitzpatrick, CanWest, September 28, 2006

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Key Mounties in Arar case promoted , Glen McGregor and Ian MacLeod, CanWest / Ottawa Citizen, September 28, 2006

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OTTAWA - While RCMP Commissioner Giuliano Zaccardelli's future as Canada's top cop remains uncertain, several officers who worked under him during the investigation of Maher Arar have since been promoted or decorated with awards of merit.

Two Mounties in the chain of command during the Arar probe received one of Canada's highest honours for police work, while another was moved into a senior position with responsibility for protecting the Canadian border. [....]

Former Mountie Garry Clement ....

Insp. Mike Cabana, the officer in charge of Project A-O Canada, the RCMP anti-terrorism unit that conducted the Arar investigation. His investigators conducted surveillance on Arar, alerted Canada Customs to search him at the airport and later shared information about him with the FBI.

.... Assistant Commissioner Richard Proulx and his boss, Deputy Commissioner Garry Loeppky, ....

- Insp. Richard Roy, ....

- Cpl. Rick Flewelling, ....

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