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BREAKING: Player Involved In The 2018 WJC Investigation Finally Breaks Silence And Pleads His Case


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Samer Dagher
January 30, 2024  (4:47 PM)
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In a recent update, an NHL media insider with inside information on the 2018 World Junior Championship (WJC) scandal has confirmed that one of the implicated players, Michael McLeod, has officially pleaded not guilty to the charges.

Michael McLeod Pleads Not Guilty

Investigative reporter Rick Westhead shared a statement from McLeod's lawyer, revealing that McLeod, an NHL player, has been charged, and he vehemently denies the allegations against him.
McLeod is the first among the five directed to surrender who has officially acknowledged being charged and entered a not guilty plea. It is anticipated that similar statements from the remaining players involved will be released in the coming days.
Given the ongoing nature of this situation, updates are expected to unfold rapidly. We will keep you informed as further developments occur in this evolving story.
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BREAKING: Player Involved In The 2018 WJC Investigation Finally Breaks Silence And Pleads His Case

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