Preliminary hearing in May for former CRA worker accused of privacy breach

Original Author: Darren MacDonald

Source: https://www.sudbury.com/local-news/preliminary-hearing-in-may-for-former-cra-worker-accused-of-privacy-breach-498629

With new time limits on how long the Crown has to bring a case to trial, delays in an embarrassing case involving CRA employee information theft has put the case at risk of being swept under the rug.



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A Greater Sudbury man police say is a member of the Bacchus Motorcycle Club will have his preliminary hearing on breach of trust charges in May. Christopher Casola, 46, is facing 11 charges, including breach of trust and weapons offences. He was charged in April.

Police said at the time that a lengthy criminal investigation led them to charge Casola, a former employee of the Canada Revenue Agency, with charges that include breach of trust, unauthorized use of a computer, committing a criminal offence to benefit or in association with a criminal organization (two counts), unauthorized possession of a firearm, careless storage of a firearm and possession of a prohibited firearm with ammunition.

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