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Lawyer accused of Chrétien pie plot was wrongfully jailed: judge
Date: Friday, January 05 2007
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Last Updated: Thursday, January 4, 2007 | 10:12 AM PT
CBC News

A well-known Vancouver lawyer who was jailed and strip-searched because police thought he was about throw a pie at Jean Chrétien, then prime minister, has won his lawsuit against the city and province.

Cameron Ward, who became well-known across the country when he represented some of student protesters during the APEC inquiry, has been awarded $10,100 in damages in a ruling handed down Wednesday.


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