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Brace yourself for more bad news out of the RCMP.
That warning isn't coming from a pundit or a former officer... but the RCMP commissioner himself.
In a memo to RCMP staff, commissioner Bob Paulson says he expects more "salacious" and "troubling" details of member misconduct to surface in the near future.
He goes on to say some of the stories are not yet widely known -- such as the allegations of wrongdoing brought against the principal investigators of the Surrey six murder prosecution.
The officers, who face allegations of overbilling for overtime and having sex with a gangster's girlfriend, are set to go on trial in the fall.
Paulson concludes his memo by stating: "If you as a member cannot conduct yourself professionally, then I need you to leave this organization."