Ontario's attorney general is reviewing a request from Toronto Mayor John Tory for a public inquiry into how police handle missing persons files, including the cases of men who have disappeared from the city's Gay Village. Tory made the call for a public inquiry Wednesday. Yasir Naqvi, Ontario's attorney general, says he is reviewing a request by Toronto's mayor for a public inquiry into missing persons cases in the Gay Village. (CBC)In his lengthy statement, Tory noted that he is "deeply disturbed" by the ongoing developments in the missing men case. No police officers connected to Project Houston, Project Prism or the current investigation were involved, according to the source.
Source: CBC News March 08, 2018 17:48 UTC