He did it!. Bryant got off. The man responsible for the Cornwall Public Inquiry’s flawed mandate and conflcted judge has wiggled his way out of charges of criminal negligence causing death and dangerous operation of a motor vehicle causing death.
Yes. It’s true.
Criminal charges against former Ontario Attorney General Michael Bryant have been dropped. It’s taken about eight months to get to this point, but, for Bryant at least, a worthwhile wait.
25 May 2010: Charges against Bryant dropped
A two hour dissertation will be given on the reasons why the special prosecutor concluded after all these months that there was ‘no resonable prospect for conviction’ and the charge should never have been laid in the first place. I look forward to reading the rationale on this one. I personally have trouble thinking beyond One Big Happy Family.
Family and friends of the 33-year-old cyclist who was killed must be devastated.
Enough for now,
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