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Charges Dropped in Line 9 Shutdown | The Media Co-op


Charges Dropped in Line 9 Shutdown | The Media Co-op: The most serious charge the three individuals were facing was mischief endangering life, which carries a maximum sentence of life in prison. The prosecution, the Crown, indicated today in court that this most serious charge was dropped because there was no chance of conviction. The Crown also indicated that it had consulted with Enbridge on this course of action.

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