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While stopped at a red light, the cab driver asked another driver, who turned out to be off-duty Bennington police detective Peter Urbanowicz, for directions to the restaurant.
The Vermont Supreme Court unanimously overturned Alexander's sentence in February."We will be able to deliver whatever the government wants us to do," said Lt.-Gen.Marquis Hainse, who formally ceded command of the army to Lt.-Gen. "There's room to manoeuvre there, to contribute to somewhere else." Indeed, there's room --but it won't be easy, said Walter Dorn, a professor at the Canadian Forces Staff College in Kingston."The Canadian Army will be conducting capacity-building training as part of an ongoing program in Africa," said spokesman Maj. "The chief of the defence staff is also conducting planning for a variety of potential UN missions, which may include army elements deploying to Africa, but no decisions on deployments have yet been taken by the government." The remark comes one day after Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan said containing the spread of terrorism across Africa is a consideration for Canada as one possible contribution to a UN peacekeeping mission, a core foreign policy goal of the Trudeau Liberals.Sajjan said the need to control the spread of Islamic militants across the Middle East and Africa is part of the government's calculation in determining where Canada's eventual peacekeeping mission will be focused.
A black Brooklyn man whose drug conviction was overturned by the Vermont Supreme Court has filed a federal lawsuit against Bennington police, saying the department engaged in racial discrimination by targeting him in a 2013 traffic stop.