Shift - NB | Jan 10, 2013 | 8:34

Snook Faces 8 Charges

Popular Saint John councillor Donnie Snook has been charged with eight sex offences after an investigation by the RCMP's Child Exploitation Unit. The charges include the making, possession and distribution of child pornography. The CBC's Connell Smith has the details.

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