Six Indigenous people have been killed by police in Canada in recent weeks in shootings in Winnipeg, New Brunswick and Nunavut. The deaths Chantel Moore, Rodney Levi and others have triggered protests and prompted calls for greater scrutiny around police use of violence as well as the introduction of reforms, such as mandatory body cameras.
DAY OF RECONCILIATION AND CANADA'S PRIME MINISTER IS VACATIONING A WALK AWAY FROM A CELEBRATION OF LIFE REFUSING TO ATTEND.
CANADIAN FLAG HALF-MAST UNTIL ALL INDIGENOUS CHILDREN'S GRAVES ARE IDENTIFIED
WATCH THE ABOVE VIDEO AGAIN & THINK OF THE ATROCITIES CANADIAN AUTHORITIES HAVE ALREADY INFLICTED.
BEFORE YOU JUMP TO ANY CONCLUSIONS REGARDING THE TACTICS, DO YOUR RESEARCH AND DISCOVER THE ACTIONS OF FIRST NATIONS INDIVIDUALS KILLED/MAIMED BY CANADIAN POLICE.
IF YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW OF AN EXCESSIVE USE OF FORCE INCIDENT, PLEASE SHARE.
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