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In a report made public earlier this week, the Civilian Review and Complaints Commission (CRCC) said Canada’s national police force racially discriminated against Colton Boushie’s family during their investigation into the Indigenous man’s 2016 death.
The CRCC report found that the way officers informed Debbie Baptiste of her son’s death was insensitive and that an early RCMP media release about the shooting could have left the impression “that the young man’s death was ‘deserved.'”