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Ken Thomas calls for meeting with Provincial Complaints Commission

The lawyer for Ken Thomas wants a meeting with the PCC to discuss its findings into unfounded allegations of a starlight tour by Saskatoon police.
The lawyer for Ken Thomas wants a meeting with the PCC to discuss its findings into unfounded allegations of a starlight tour by Saskatoon police. File / Global News

The lawyer for Ken Thomas is calling for an urgent meeting with the chair of Saskatchewan’s Provincial Complaints Commission (PCC) after it found allegations by Thomas of a starlight tour were unfounded.

Thomas claimed two Saskatoon police officers picked him up and drove him out of the city on April 21.

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The PCC dismissed the allegation on Dec. 18 following an investigation, including a review of GPS logs provided by the force, and video and audio recordings.

The commission found there had been no contact between Thomas and police on the night in question.

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Starlight tour allegation against Saskatoon police unfounded: PCC
Starlight tour allegation against Saskatoon police unfounded: PCC

Donald Worme, who is representing Thomas, wants the meeting with the PCC to discuss its findings.

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Worme has also not ruled out filing a civil suit against the Saskatoon Police Service, but said more questions need to be answered before they explore their options.