Prosecutor calls for a year of jail in the case of Canadian bombardier who fed soldiers cannabis cupcakes during live-fire exercise

The Canadian soldier who fed soldiers cannabis cupcakes during a live-fire exercise and posted the video on social media has been sentenced to 12 months in jail. The man, who was serving as part of an army bomb squad, is also facing dismissal from service following his conviction for dangerous driving. Prosecutors had asked for a year behind bars because they felt it appropriate given the severity of the offence.

Prosecutor calls for a year of jail in the case of Canadian bombardier who fed soldiers cannabis cupcakes during live-fire exercise

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