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Prince George RCMP cleared after internal review

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Prince George RCMP Supt. Eric Stubbs speaks at a news conference on the investigation

RCMP have been cleared, following shocking allegations made against a number of officers last year. A Prince George woman said she was sexually assaulted and beaten after being arrested by local RCMP. Yesterday, the RCMP said it found no evidence to support any criminal charges. Daybreak North's Wil Fundal spoke to host Robert Doane about the allegations and the investigation.

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