SIU clears officers in March incident that left man dead in Mississauga

SIU clears officers in March incident that left man dead in Mississauga
SIU clears 3 Peel police officers in fatal March shooting
MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Ontario's police watchdog says there are "no reasonable grounds" to charge three Peel Region police officers in the fatal shooting of a Mississauga man on March 20. Just after 4 p.m. that day, a resident of a townhouse complex

Suzan Zreik was at her kitchen counter cutting a lime when what she believes was a police bullet went through a window and lodged into her side. next play/pause pre 1/1. Hamilton Spectator. By Louie Rosella. Three Peel Regional Police officers who
MISSISSAUGA, Ont. – Ontario's police watchdog says there are "no reasonable grounds" to charge three Peel Region police officers in the fatal shooting of a Mississauga man on March 20. Just after 4 p.m. that day, a resident of a townhouse complex
SIU clears 3 Peel police officers in fatal March shooting
SIU clears 3 Peel police officers in fatal March shooting

SIU clears police in fatal shooting and shooting of bystander

The Special Investigations Unit has found three Peel Police officers were justified in firing weapons during a violent incident in Mississauga that left one person dead and two officers injured. A news release late Wednesday that police behaviour in

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SIU clears peel police in fatal shooting

A bystander was hit by a stray bullet and one officer inadvertently shot another in the Mississauga incident. Share on Facebook. Reddit this! A. A. Report an Error. Share via Email. Print. A hole estimated to be about 12 mm in diameter in the front

Ontario's police watchdog says there are "no reasonable grounds" to charge three Peel Region police officers in the fatal shooting of a Mississauga man on March 20. SIU investigates fatal police shooting in Mississauga​​. Just after 4 p.m. that day, 

Marc Ekamba-Boekwa was unceremoniously buried in a pauper's grave weeks after he was shot dead by Peel Regional Police officers last March, his sister told the Star. “It seems no one cared. His life didn't matter,” Sephora Ekamba, who lives in Montreal
The SIU has ruled that a Peel police shooting this past March on Queen Frederica Drive that left a knife-wielding man dead and Humber College student Suzan Zreik wounded, was “legally justified.” 

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