Halifax Man Who Had Cache of Chemicals Told Officers No Harm Intended To Police

A Halifax man who owned a highly poisonous chemical repeatedly told RCMP interviewers he never intended to throw it at officers, despite writing an email discussing a method of doing so.

A video played Friday in the Nova Scotia Supreme Court trial of Christopher Phillips shows Const. Joseph Allison and Const. Tony Blencowe questioning the accused on Jan. 21 after the accused was arrested in an Ottawa hotel.

The incident also led to the evacuation of a Halifax neighbourhood and a small rural community on the province’s eastern shore after police found a large stockpile of Phillips’s chemicals in two locations.

Read more and watch the report on CTV News.

Source: www.ctvnews.ca


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