>RCMP sneaks into a home unannounced at 5:30am on a tip that a missing teenager is in the house
>Wakes up an 11 year old girl and interrogates her with a flashlight in her face (leaving her traumatized and subsequently unable to sleep due to fears of home invasion)
>parents eventually wake up to the sound of people moving around, call out, and get no response, until they start searching the house and discover the officers looking for another kid to interrogate
>the family has no clue who the missing teen is, has never met nor heard of her, and the tip was completely bogus
>RCMP insists they spent 40 minutes of "knocking, door bell ringing and verbal communication" before entering
>the family points out that this is a blatant lie since their house doesn't even have a fucking doorbell for them to ring, and their dog would have barked if they knock
>After a "detailed review" that concluded within four days of the incident, and did not involve any testimony from the family, the RCMP's investigation into the RCMP has concluded that the RCMP "did nothing wrong"
>the RCMP also insists the family is lying about filing a formal complaint and that none has been received
>the provincial Justice Department's official position is that "It is inappropriate for the Minister of Justice and Public Safety to comment on a matter such as this one"
Yep, sounds right, that's definitely how it's supposed to work.
Have they gotten emboldened by being let of their leashes back during the trucker protests or something?