Canada: EXTERNAL AFFAIRS: Lost Secrets

In last Friday's cold, grey dawn, two tall and dead-serious Royal Canadian Mounted Policemen knocked on the door of an Ottawa apartment. When the door opened, they walked in. Shortly they walked out again—with the sleepy occupant in tow.

At the same hour, the same thing happened elsewhere in the capital. Not all the raids went off as planned. At a third-floor apartment on Ottawa's Elgin Street, four Mounties almost failed to get their man. When they entered, they were thumped by the awakened tenant, who thought he was being robbed. The man they really wanted was asleep next door....

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