National Post Reports:
A judge has thrown out corruption charges against six Toronto police officers, citing the 10-year delay in bringing their case to trial and sharply rebuking Crown prosecutors for what he called "the glacial progress of this prosecution."
The officers, all former members of the Toronto police drug squad, were accused of several corruption charges. They were charged in 2004, but the investigation had reportedly started more than ten years back.
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- Shashi K. Raina, Toronto