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July 25, 2023

Majcher’s Arrest and the Rise of Foreign Interference


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With the recent news about the retired Canadian RCMP Officer accused of conducting foreign interference on behalf of China, I was called to share my initial thoughts on CBC.

Mr. Majcher’s arrest comes amid a national debate on rising foreign interference in Canada, prompting urgent attention to address this critical issue.

It’s important to remember that these allegations haven’t been proven in court; nevertheless, they highlight the concerning reality of foreign governments and their proxies engaging in activities that threaten our national security and sovereignty.

As a dedicated member of the Intelligence Community, I have consistently emphasized the risks posed by such interference. This case underscores the need for vigilance and proactive measures to safeguard our country’s security and interests.

At Kirsch Group, we take this matter seriously, approaching investigations and due diligence as essential tools to help organizations mitigate risks, combat corruption, and address insider threats. We recognize the significance of mindful associations and potential reputational risks for businesses. Our commitment to ethical practices ensures that we work with reputable partners who share our values.

As a licensed entity conducting private investigations in the Province of Ontario with a network of trusted and licensed investigators worldwide, we remain steadfast in our commitment to protecting Canada from foreign interference.

This case serves as a stark reminder that foreign interference is a multifaceted threat that goes beyond the issues that have already made headlines. Let’s continue to stay vigilant and united in securing Canada’s future.

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