The ripple effects of a former Vancouver Police Counter Exploitation Unit investigator who’s being charged with sexual exploitation, among other offences, are being felt in the lead-up to an alleged pimp’s trial.
Veteran VPD Detective Constable James Fisher, who was charged late December last year, was the investigator into Michael William Bannon’s case.
Bannon was charged with 25 prostitution-related offences involving nine women, eight of them teens.
The ruling identifies one of those women, who cannot be named, is also an alleged victim of Fisher.
But evidence relating to Fisher’s evidence in his investigation into the high-profile Reza Moazami case will not be disclosed.
Justice Gregory Bowden made the ruling Friday.