An officer with the Toronto police will learn his fate Wednesday when he is sentenced for his behavior at the G20 Summit, which the city hosted six years ago.
Last year, Superintendent David Fenton was convicted of going over and above his authority, as well as discreditable conduct, with relation to the mass detentions and arrests during the 2010 event.
Fenton, a 27 year veteran of the force, was at the helm when hundreds of people were illegally detained.
As punishment, his defense team is pushing for a reprimand, or having his vacation pay docked.
The prosecution doesn’t feel that’s enough, and is asking for a year-long demotion.
But those who were caught up in the mass arrests and detentions feel neither punishment is sufficient.
They are calling for Fenton to be relieved of his policing duties.
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