Ombudsman to look into teen’s 2015 death – StarPhoenix

by ahnationtalk on November 21, 201736 Views

November 21, 2017

More than two years after 14-year-old Haven Dubois was found dead in a shallow Regina creek, Saskatchewan’s ombudsman will probe whether law enforcement followed proper protocol when investigating the Indigenous teen’s death.

His grandmother, Constance Dubois, said she has little hope that the process will answer all the questions she’s had since her grandson died in May 2015.

“I’m not very optimistic that it’s going to give us the answers we’re looking for,” she told reporters Monday at a news conference at the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations (FSIN) headquarters in Saskatoon.

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