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5 Shocking Lines From the OPP Commissioner's Letter Ringing Alarm Bells About Doug Ford's Office - 2018-12-13

F0.png 5 Shocking Lines From the OPP Commissioner's Letter Ringing Alarm Bells About Doug Ford's Office December 13, 2018, PressProgress

The Commissioner of Ontario's Provincial Police has written to the provincial ombudsman expressing concerns about political interference in the operations of the provincial police force by the Office of Premier Doug Ford.

Rob Taverner, one of Ford's old family friends, was appointed to the commissioner's role after the eligibility requirements for the province's top police job changed at the last minute.

In his letter, interim OPP Commissioner Brad Blair says Taverner wasn't qualified to be the province's top cop until Ford's Office changed the qualifications on the job description at the last minute.

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