I was wondering whey they still haven't fired him, but apparently they had to complete the criminal proceedings before doing that. He still has 60 days to take his case to the Supreme Court.
Some people just aren't cut out for law enforcement.http://toronto.citynews.ca/2018/05/31/forcillo-6-months-perjury/
He just got six more months in prison because of perjury.
They might be waiting for all the criminal charges to run their course (he's still charged with Breach of Probation? I lose track) including their appeal periods so they finalize the disciplinary process. I assume now he is suspended w/o pay since he is sentenced to incarceration.He still hasn't be fired.
Me too, originally. But the lack of respect for the courts and court orders lost some sympathy from me.I've got some sympathy for the Constable frankly.
There was one volley of ~10 shots. The whole second volley of shots was a joke. I don't think anyone believes that he had time to make an informed and thought out decision in the small gap in time.He was found guilty because of the second volley of shots.
He should have been fired immediately.
This is bs that he still gets paid. Our system is tucked up.
Although I still can't believe the verdict, I think it is more related to the poor defense and gullibility of the jury, and not due to a wrong in the court system.