Throughout these long years, the Fyneses were treated with disrespect. And that disrespect continues, as the military police have rejected or given non-committal responses to most of the commission’s recommendations — and sought to keep their response secret, although the police claim that was merely a dispute about how the response was to be presented.
The Canadian Forces have given Canadians no reason for confidence in its ability to help soldiers with PTSD, to investigate soldier suicides properly, to communicate with family members respectfully and to keep the public informed. This appalling case just keeps getting worse, and new Defence Minister Jason Kenney must either fix this sorry state of affairs or answer for it.
Accompanied by counsel Mr and Mrs Fynes appeared on CTV Canada AM public affairs program on March 11, 2015