CBC story on new harassment allegations prompts RCMP memo about media

Following the publication Friday of a CBC News story about new allegations of workplace harassment inside the unit of the RCMP that oversees the federal witness protection program, Commissioner Bob Paulson tweeted a link to a memo, written by an RCMP deputy commissioner, claiming inaccuracies in the CBC story.

RCMP deputy commissioner says CBC story about new harassment investigation contains 'false allegations'

CBC News reporter Alison Crawford says RCMP refused to answer questions and interview request for story on new harassment allegations. 2:31

Following the publication Friday of a CBC News story about new allegations of workplace harassment inside the unit of the RCMP that oversees the federal witness protection program, Commissioner Bob Paulson tweeted a link to a memo, written by Dep. Commissioner Mike Cabana, claiming inaccuracies in the CBC story.

The memo includes new information that was not made available when first requested by CBC News before the story was published. The story has been updated with those new details.

Reporter Alison Crawford responded to some of the memo's claims of "false allegations" on Twitter. Those tweets are compiled below: