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As with all stories, there is always an underside. The following three-part series by journalist and communications strategist/consultant, Dallas MacQuarrie, presents a very different viewpoint than you may have read in the newspapers about the events of October 17, 2013 when police stormed the protest camp set up outside the SWN compound in Rexton, and catapulted New Brunswick into the international spotlight.

Rosemary Morgan, lawyer and senior analyst with the Civilian Review and Complaints Commission Against the RCMP. Photo Dallas MacQuarrie

Rosemary Morgan, lawyer and senior analyst with the Civilian Review and Complaints Commission Against the RCMP. Photo Dallas MacQuarrie

 

1. Awkward questions raised at investigation of RCMP actions at Rexton shale gas camp: “Why didn’t they care about the crime scene?” (Part 1 of 3)

2. Inquiry into RCMP conduct in Kent County collects evidence in Rexton; hears cries for justice (Part 2 of 3)

3. Who polices the secret police? History of RCMP security police shows numerous violations of civil, democratic rights (Part 3 of 3)

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