There's a new twist to the story of the three inmates who escaped from the Orsainville jail, near Quebec City, by helicopter this past weekend.
The opposition Parti Québécois is also calling for the resignation of public security minister Lise Thériault over her handling of the case.
She was caught in an apparent contradiction Thursday, after parts of a Quebec Superior Court ruling that had been under a publication ban were made public.
The ruling confirms that the three inmates threat risk had not been lowered on the day before the jailbreak. Earlier this week, Thériault insisted that the threat risk had been lowered.
The judge's ruling also shows the prisoners were allowed to roam free in the prison yard, without handcuffs, on trial days.
But the day of the escape was not one of those days.
Thériault, meanwhile, is suggesting her issues with managing the crisis are entirely due to contradictory information coming from her own bureaucrats.