Police disciplinary hearing ordered for officer who pulled over controversial landlord

  Edmonton Journal 

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Controversial inner city landlord Abdullah Shah has successfully appealed part of a complaint against a group of police officers he alleges stopped him improperly. Shah, also known as Carmen Pervez, was detained by a group of officers while driving his truck in early 2017. Shah alleges the entire 13-minute stop was inappropriate. Specifically, he claims […]

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