Yellowknife Reporter Acquitted Of Obstruction Charges
Yellowknife Reporter Acquitted Of Obstruction Charges

PHOTO: John McFadden, right, speaks with his lawyer outside a Yellowknife, NWT courthouse. Cody Punter/CANADALAND

A Yellowknife reporter charged with obstructing justice for taking pictures of a crime scene was acquitted, with the judge calling the testimony of the arresting RCMP officers “exaggerated.”

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