Work-Related Concussion Partly to Blame for Cop's Corruption, Psychologist Says
Calgary (WorkersCompensation.com) - Could a work-related concussion have led a Canadian police officer to leak secret information to the wrong party? A psychologist has reportedly told a Canadian court that it could.
According to the Calgary Sun, the case involves Bradford McNish, one of three police officers facing sentencing in a corruption scandal. McNish was accused of supplying information from police databases to a retired detective-turned-private-investigator who was conducting ...
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