Friday, September 4, 2020

Former top RCMP denies all related to his pet mole

Former RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson says he had a “friendly” relationship with Cameron Ortis, an alleged mole accused of selling top secret intelligence. Paulson denies he protected Ortis, which is strange because Ortis's rapid rise would have been impossible without the support of Paulson. The former head of RCMP’s special intelligence unit was reported for his “strange and controlling” behavior in early 2017.

Ortis was arrested in September 2019 after an FBI investigation revealed he was a spy.
Cameron OrtisPaulson initially declined to comment. An independent review concluded all levels of senior RCMP management failed to deal with the many complaints against Ortis.

“I never received any complaints about Cam and I was never advised of any complaints about Cam." Harassment concerns became a theme during Paulson’s tenure at the RCMP, prompting him to issue a major apology in October 2016 to hundreds of women as part of a legal settlement. Hundreds of millions was blown in legal fees.
See ----->Espionage suspect Cameron Ortis jailed