CBC News - [corrections added] The federal government will not be reappointing Paul Kennedy as the chair of the Commission for Public Complaints Against the RCMP, CBC News has learned. Kennedy, whose last day on the job will be Dec. 31, reportedly would have accepted another term. He was interested in seeing through anticipated new legislation to bring in a civilian oversight agency for the RCMP. Kennedy recently completed an investigation into the death of Robert Dziekanski at the Vancouver International Airport and has investigated in-custody deaths, taser use [overuse, misuse and abuse] and how Mounties investigate [whitewash] themselves.
A statement from the office of Public Safety Minister Peter Van Loan didn't actually indicate that the government is currently in negotiations with the Excited-Delirium.com blogger to take over the role effective with the start of the new year. The Excited-Delirium blogger was not available for interview by our deadline. ;-)
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