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Two more Mounties sentenced for misconduct in Surrey Six investigation

A former Mountie accused of misconduct in the Surrey Six investigation pleaded guilty in B.C. Supreme Court in downtown Vancouver on Tuesday morning. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck

It’s no jail time for two top investigators accused of misconduct in the the notorious Surrey Six murder investigation.

Details remain slim because of a publication ban, but on Tuesday former RCMP Sgt. David Attew and suspended Cpl. Danny Michaud both pleaded guilty to failing to maintain law and order under the RCMP Act.

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A B.C. Supreme Court judge sentenced Attew to six months house arrest with curfew and community service.

Michaud was given three months house arrest and similar conditions.

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Last week, ex-RCMP Sgt. Derek Brassington pleaded guilty to breach of trust and obstructing justice and was sentenced to house arrest and community service.

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He too avoided jail time with a two-year conditional sentence.

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One last Mountie is accused of misconduct and he next appears in court in March.

Six people were shot to death, execution-style, in a Surrey high-rise in 2007.

Two of the victims were innocent bystanders.

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