Colin Perkel of The Canadian Press writes:
"Questions about the effectiveness of an investigation into the CBC's handling of the Jian Ghomeshi affair swirled Wednesday amid employee concerns about incriminating themselves.
"While senior managers defended the process as independent, the union said only a promise of immunity would allow all employees to speak freely to investigator Janice Rubin.
"There's no guarantee that your information or your identity is protected, said Carmel Smythe, president of the Canadian Media Guild.
"'Every day, it looks less independent, that she's just now taking orders and supplying all the information to CBC.'"
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