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Published on Sep 30, 2006
UPDATE: Eight years after the taping of this show, the Supreme Court of Canada has issued a decision that - as Paul McKeever predicted - has upheld the Ontario property confiscation law: http://www.montrealgazette.com/news/c...
In 2001, Ontario's Progressive Conservative government introduced legislation to allow the Crown to confiscate property that might one day be used in a crime, or that might have been purchased with the proceeds of a crime.
Before the bill was made law, and before hearings were held to get public input on the bill, Freedom Party of Ontario's Paul McKeever appeared on Rhonda London Live to discuss the legislation. He was preceded on the show by Dr. Margaret Beare, Director, Nathanson Centre for the Study of Organized Crime at York University (see Part 1); and by then Staff Superintendent Rocco Cleveland, Head of Detective Support for the Toronto Police Service (see Part 2).