Cameron Ortis, the senior RCMP official accused of getting ready to leak delicate info, is heading again to jail whereas he awaits his trial.
Right this moment, Ontario Superior Court docket Justice Marc Labrosse revoked the 47-year-old’s bail, ordering the top of RCMP’s nationwide intelligence co-ordination centre again into custody.
Labrosse’s causes and the main points of the Crown’s evaluation utility are coated by a publication ban, together with the proof and submissions heard in the course of the bail listening to.
“Obviously, we are disappointed in the result,” stated Ortis’ lawyer, Ian Carter, exterior the Ottawa courthouse.
“We thought the justice of the peace’s decision was a reasonable and correct one.”
Ortis was launched on bail to his mother and father’ care in Abbotsford, B.C. on Oct. 22. He was forbidden from utilizing any system that connects to the web and informed to report back to an RCMP detachment each week.
The court docket heard the Crown’s utility for a bail evaluation final week. It was granted.
Ortis is now on his approach again to Ottawa.
Crown lawyer Judy Kliewer stated there have been “plans in place” to ensure he was remanded again into custody instantly.
Ortis, the top of the RCMP’s nationwide intelligence co-ordination centre, was charged underneath the Safety of Data Act with getting ready to share delicate info with a international entity or terrorist group.
He is additionally charged with sharing operational info again in 2015.
RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki has stated that, by advantage of his place, Ortis had entry to intelligence gathered by each Canadian authorities and international allies.
Carter stated the defence continues to be ready for extra disclosure, “to analyze the case and begin preparation to begin defending him against these charges,”
Carter stated there are all the time considerations about private security when somebody from the RCMP is in jail, however he is assured the establishment will deal with it.
Ortis might be again in court docket Nov. 19.