Source. Well, at least Blair is willing to admit that he was wrong, which is probably more than can be said for a certain previous police chief...
Chief Blair said there is no evidence Mr. Nobody was armed at the time of his arrest.
He also said he regretted that his comments in a radio interview created a false impression that the video of Mr. Nobody’s takedown, captured in two segments by bank employee John Bridge, had been doctored in an attempt to mislead.
Friday, December 3, 2010
Toronto police chief apologizes to beaten protester
A couple of days ago police chief Bill Blair savagely criticized the Special Investigations Unit for their ruling on the vicious beating of a chap known, publicly at least, as Adam Nobody. Blair alleged that the video had been tampered with. Now he's backing away from that statement: