Another case of a complainant going grievance shopping and finding the mother of all bargains: the human rights tribunal:
MONTREAL – Two Montreal police constables have been censured for unjustified arrest, illegal detention and assault against an Ontario St. E. beauty salon operator.
But the Police Ethics Committee, which acts as a tribunal, this week cleared Constables Stéphane Boucher and François Plamondon of racism, disrespect and negligence for the health and safety of Jean-Paul Ounabakidi.
The committee has yet to recommend sanctions, following which the officers may launch an appeal. Ounabakidi has also filed a complaint to the Quebec Human Rights Commission.
Considering the immense burden of proof required to prove that unconscious racism exists in white police officers, Ounabakidi can start planning his retirement in the Caymans.