Military's former head of human resources charged with sexual assault, indecent acts

Military police say they have charged the former head of human resources for the Canadian Armed Forces with one count of sexual assault. The Canadian Forces National Investigation Service says Vice-Admiral Haydn Edmundson has also been charged with one count of indecent acts.
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