Crown abandons Vice-Admiral Mark Norman case | Power & Politics

Crown abandons Vice-Admiral Mark Norman case | Power & Politics
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Federal prosecutors abandoned their case against Vice-Admiral Mark Norman after they found new information that convinced them there was no reasonable chance to convict him.
The former second-in-command of the Canadian military was facing a breach-of-trust charge for allegedly leaking cabinet secrets about a shipbuilding deal.
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