Ontario’s top court upholds $460,000 award for cops’ disclosure of secret informant’s identity — National Post – Top Stories

TORONTO — A police service that failed to keep an informant’s identity secret and then failed to take the violation seriously lost its bid Monday to overturn a $460,000 damages award to the victim and her family. In siding with the informant, Ontario’s top court found Durham Regional Police Service promised Margaret Stack anonymity but…

via Ontario’s top court upholds $460,000 award for cops’ disclosure of secret informant’s identity — National Post – Top Stories

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