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Vancouver police say they plan to serve warrants on local media outlets to collect video footage from the Stanley Cup riot earlier this year.
The warrants - also known as production orders - include the CBC, The Vancouver Sun, The Province, The Globe and Mail, Global TV and CTV.
"This is an important step in the investigation to ensure all images are collected and rioters held accountable," said Insp. Les Yeo in a statement released on Wednesday morning.
Meanwhile, police say they continue to make progress analysing more than 1,600 hours of video evidence collected since the June 15 riot.
There are only so many resources to go around. In BC it is becoming almost routine to have criminal cases thrown out because of lengthy delays. To bad about all the missing women. But then there was the 6 year investigation into the BC Rail affair. Priorities, priorities.
What a stupid circus act.