Toronto cop named to human rights watchdog by Premier Doug Ford breaks silence on controversial appointment - 2020-01-22

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F94.png Toronto cop named to human rights watchdog by Premier Doug Ford breaks silence on controversial appointment January 22, 2020, Robert Benzie, Toronto Star

The Toronto police officer named to the Ontario Human Rights Commission by Premier Doug Ford has broken his silence on the controversial appointment revealed by the Star.

Const. Randall Arsenault took to Twitter to apparently underscore his qualifications to serve on the independent rights watchdog.

"This is taken from the OHRC website. Very important differences, different duties. I encourage people who are interested to look into it further or ask. Off to bed for me, nightshift 2 of 6 completed," Arsenault wrote Wednesday after an overnight shift at his Scarborough detachment.

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{{cite news | first = Robert | last = Benzie | author2 = Jim Rankin | title = Toronto cop named to human rights watchdog by Premier Doug Ford breaks silence on controversial appointment | url = https://www.thestar.com/politics/provincial/2020/01/22/toronto-cop-named-to-human-rights-watchdog-by-premier-doug-ford-defends-controversial-appointment.html | work = Toronto Star | date = January 22, 2020 | accessdate = January 23, 2020 }}