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‘I’m afraid of the guys with guns’: Saskatoon police vs. Indigenous people – APTN News

by ahnationtalk on November 18, 201991 Views

November 15, 2019

On the night of June 29, 2016 Dion Ladouceur ended up on his bedroom floor after being stunned by a police Taser.

As it turned out, the police had the wrong man.

Jordan Lafond was a young father with a daughter who died after an arrest by police.

A Coroner’s inquest ruled his death was an accident.

When police take action, most of the public feels protected. But many Indigenous people in Saskatoon – and other Canadian towns and cities — don’t feel the same way.

The Saskatoon Police Service has a long, rough history with Indigenous people. That relationship still needs a lot of work.

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