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"Lawyer slams RCMP raids; Mounties hammer out new social media policy"

on Tuesday, 28 August 2012. Posted in Front Page Headline, Media Updates

CKNW AM 980

The lawyer who represents families of missing and murdered women at the Oppal Inquiry is demanding answers, after the home of a man who helped expose the online sexual activities of an RCMP officer was raided.

Cameron Ward wants to know why the RCMP is going to such lengths to carry out a seven member raid on a private residence.

Ward says he has been told the police repeatedly mentioned his name before removing the resident's computers, phones and other electronic equipment.

At the same time, the RCMP is warning its employees not to identify themselves as force members when posting personal comments on social media sites.

The new policy comes down only days after the search warrant was executed on the man who helped expose Corproal Jim Brown, but also assisted in posting a blog critical of the RCMP.

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