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Apology extended in Saskatoon abuse scandal [Canada]



Saskatoon’s police chief has publicly apologized to 12 people who recently won a malicious prosecution lawsuit over false allegations of sexual abuse.”My sympathy goes to each and every person who was wrongfully charged,” said Russell Sabo to those affected by what the police at the time called Saskatchewan’s “scandal of the century.””I extend my apologies to them for any part that the Saskatoon police service played in this case.”A law firm has been hired to see if any of his department’s investigators violated the Saskatchewan Police Act, he said.”Wow. Thirteen years to hear those words and we never thought we would,” Richard Klassen, one of the most high-profile plaintiffs, told The Canadian Press. “It’s a great step toward the healing process.”