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WJC 2018 Scandal: London police reveals the reason Michael McLeod received an additional charge

Published February 5, 2024 at 2:48 PM
BY ELIAS
In a press conference in the last seconds, live from London (Ontario), London Police Chief Thai Truong officially announced the indictment of five players from the 2018 edition of Team Canada Junior.

Dillon Dube: 1 charge

Michael McLeod: 2 charges

Alex Formenton: 1 charge


Carter Hart: 1 charge

Cal Foote: 1 charge

They then recited their full names, with their age and city of birth.

Detective Sergeant Katherine Dann notably explained why McLeod faces an additional charge, compared to the other players.

Basically, she really couldn't provide any further details, but she mentioned that there is one charge related to his own actions, while the other is linked to assisting another person in committing the offense.

LPS say extra «party to the offense» charge against Michael McLeod is in relation to «aiding someone else in committing the offense».

It's up to you to draw your own conclusions.

"Detective Sergeant Katherine Dann states that the London police received various levels of cooperation from members of the 2018 junior world Canadian team during the investigation." - Via Chris Johnston, TSN

Complete press conference:



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