Quebec AM | Oct 9, 2013 | 9:19

Stunning arrest of a former top Montreal police investigator of criminal gangs

Bon cop turned bad cop. That appears to be the situation after Monday's arrest of Benoit Roberge, considered to be one of the top police investigators of criminal gangs in Quebec. We look at the fallout, with investigative journalist Julian Sher.

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