Part truth, part myth, the incident below may have been the prelude to the phrase which segues well into the current "K" Division-Alberta's solving a 47 year old murder and charging a 73 year old suspect.
"It was a Mountie operation that would have made the Royal Canadian Mounted Police publicists proud. Like Sgt. Preston of the Yukon, Fudge had lived up to the RCMP’s official French motto-- “Maintiens le Droit “ (“Uphold the Right”)--and its unofficial code: The Mounties always get their man."
READ THE CURRENT SUCCESS OF ALBERTA MOUNTIES SOLVING A 47 YEAR OLD MURDER.
BARKLEY SOUND SECRETS
Draws the RCMP and Secret Service closer to tracking the California cartel’s cocaine expansion into Canada. RCMP Sgt. Karen Winthrop, CST. Kimberly Breyman, and Toronto Police Service Sgt. Tom Hortonn are challenged to locate the Vancouver suspects financing the cocaine shipments. They are aided by retired Members portraying themselves, CST Roy Davidson, CST Rick Drought & currently serving Member Inspector Lorne Wood.
Lorne Wood portrays himself as Port Alberni, British Columbia's detachment commander tasked with collaborating with the Canadian Navy in tracking a Colombian cartel's submersible carrying millions in cocaine.