Ottawa Police Detective Charged With ‘Unauthorized’ Sudden Infant Death Investigations to appear in Court Today: Dec 6, 2022
Ottawa Police Detective Helen Grus faces internal Police Act charges for conducting “unauthorized” investigations into the sudden deaths of nine infants – where she sought to know the vaccine status of the mothers.
Next Online Hearing Date: Tuesday, December 6, 2022 – 10am (Ottawa time).
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Next Online Public Hearing: Tuesday, December 6, 2022 – 10am (Ottawa time).
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Expecting Fireworks at Ottawa Police Detective Helen Grus Hearing
The December 6, 2022 10am appearance is supposed to be a quick ‘set-date hearing’ to schedule a trial date for Ottawa Police Detective Helen Grus.
That said, there were indications on the last appearance on October 11, 2022 that the defense is waiting for disclosure of various evidence and that the prosecution had failed to deliver on time.
The public wasn’t told if there was a dispute as to the evidence to be disclosed or whether it was a simple delay due to workload.
Now we’ve learned from an anonymous but apparently high-ranking source at the Ottawa Police that there is an internal dispute and reluctance by some in Ottawa Police management to turn over specific disclosure evidence to the Grus legal team.
This same source accurately alerted us weeks in advance last September that Detective Grus would soon be un-suspended and ordered back to work.
So despite being a usually-boring ‘Set Date Hearing’ – today’s appearance might bring revelations about what we know is a serious high-level internal dispute at Ottawa Police.
We have been told, and believe, that many senior officers regret the OPS initiated charges against Detective Grus because they dare not have a full and open trial that the Ottawa Police is bound to lose…
But neither do they want to withdraw the charges – which would be a de facto admission that OPS originally acceded to political pressures in charging and suspending Detective Grus.
We will be watching today’s hearing and report later in the afternoon.
Background: Charges against Ottawa Police Detective Helen Grus
Some of our previous articles for a quick background on the Helen Grus case…