|TroothPress - Canada|
26 August, 2015 - CBC.ca
A disciplinary hearing has found a high-ranking Toronto police officer who ordered two mass arrests of protesters at the G20 in 2010 guilty of discreditable conduct and unnecessary exercise of authority.
Retired Ontario Superior Court judge John Hamilton handed down his ruling in the case of Supt. Mark Fenton on Tuesday morning at police headquarters.
Fenton, with Toronto Police Services, was found guilty of three of the five charges against him.
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