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Serebrin, who lives in Montreal and is visiting Winnipeg, said he was trying to keep the gaffe in perspective."In the context of when you look at recent incidents in the States, with shootings and violence and abuse of power and corruption, these are all much more serious things than a few off-colour comments over a loudspeaker.Meanwhile, the Winnipeg Police Association is concerned the slip-up may suggest a public-safety issue.Vice-president George Van Mackelbergh said the association is concerned potential suspects could have overheard privileged police information, and questions how helicopter systems can be switched on without the flight crew’s knowledge.The three officers in the helicopter couldn’t hear their own broadcast and didn’t immediately realize the loudspeaker was on, turning it off a few minutes later.
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He didn’t immediately know what he was hearing, but soon realized the coarse language and casual tone were snippets of what was clearly meant to be a private conversation.
He heard something about paying "600 (expletive) dollars a week" and police-radio chatter for about five minutes before the loudspeaker was switched off.