McDonald’s shooting: Security firms want more info
By Canadian SecurityNews Retail
A private security guard will not face charges after fatally shooting two men at a Danforth Avenue McDonald’s in February. But Ontario security companies say the incident could teach them how to prevent similar tragedies – if they knew more about what happened.
Toronto Police Services rebuffed calls this week to release further details about the Feb. 28 shooting or the legal reasons for the decision not to lay charges, which they announced on Wednesday. Crown attorneys concluded there was no reasonable prospect of conviction in the case, police said.
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