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Source: Stephanie Taylor, globalnews.ca, June 29, 2020

Purchases that didn’t fit with the highway patrol’s role, include certain firearms, 12 silencers, a drone and a high-powered rifle scope.

The Saskatchewan government says the former chief of the province’s highway patrol was fired for buying inappropriate equipment, including firearm silencers.

But Robin Litzenberger is suing for damages alleging he was wrongfully dismissed.

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