In the letter, the FPPVQ president denounced the lack of police personnel assigned to oversee Victoria Park during the May 28 party, which was overshadowed by two armed attacks.
“We are dealing with two things: the security of police officers and the security of the population. […] We never saw it, it was what we saw there. God knew we had a union when I was mayor [des policiers] Is that something, e? But this kind of interference, we have never seen, ”said Regis LaBeoum at a press conference at Saint-Roach’s new YMCA.
“It’s not harassment, at a certain point, it shouldn’t be,” he added.
On June 4, the city of Quebec filed an application initiating proceedings to issue a security order against the FPPVQ president, an interlocutory and permanent injunction relating to a well-known letter sent specifically to two elected municipal officials.
The city’s attempt to obtain security orders failed until an application for a permanent ban was heard on June 14, when the Supreme Court ruled that the tribunal’s intervention was not necessary, so the Brotherhood and its president “refrained from making public statements and public information about the operational, tactical or strategic activities of the police department. Disclosure “.
“The evidence did not confirm that the defendants were willing to disclose information in violation of their responsibilities,” Judge Cantin wrote.
For Martin Fortier, the policies the city has taken are nothing more than “compassionate” to silence her as FPPVQ president. With Érika Bisaillon