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A Winnipeg man wanted in connection with an alleged child sex trafficking ring in the Philippines has abandoned a court motion that, if successful, would have forced Winnipeg police to return electronic devices seized during the execution of a search warrant.

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This article was published 16/03/2022 (322 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.

A Winnipeg man wanted in connection with an alleged child sex trafficking ring in the Philippines has abandoned a court motion that, if successful, would have forced Winnipeg police to return electronic devices seized during the execution of a search warrant.

On Tuesday, CBC News was notified that Marshall Ruskin, 63, is no longer challenging a Winnipeg Police Service court application to retain his property.

To read more of this story first reported by CBC News, click here.

Marshall Ruskin, 63, abandoned a motion Tuesday that would have forced Winnipeg police to return electronic devices they seized as part of its investigation. (Facebook)

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