Former Toronto Star Editor “Forced” to Pen Self-Defence On Newsroom Tragedy
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Former Toronto Star Editor “Forced” to Pen Self-Defence On Newsroom Tragedy

Former Toronto Star editor Jon Filson broke his silence today on the suicide of Star reporter Raveena Aulakh.

The end of Filson’s relationship with Aulakh was cited in her note, and an article by Toronto Star’s public editor Kathy English said Aulakh was “clearly heartbroken” because the relationship had “ended recently.” English also wrote that Aulakh alleged an “improper relationship between Filson and his boss, managing editor Jane Davenport.”

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