Vancouver Policepolice officers were charged with criminal charges last year for allegedly kicking an indigenous man outside a prison on Cordoba Street.
BC Prosecutor's Office will be on Wednesday. Riley Emerson Robert Wins was charged with one assault in the March 20, 2021 case.
Global News previously reported that the incident was shot by multiple security cameras.
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Info According to sources, the victim was a man in his 50s who had been imprisoned for several hours on suspicion of public drunkenness.
The victim's suspect said he was back in the car when a VPD police officer kicked his chest and sent him backwards to Paul, sources told Global News.
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The man hit his head, fell to the ground, and the policeman drove with his partner without assistance, sources said. Told Global News.
A woman at a bus stop across the street comes to help a man and his head bleeds Seeing that, 911, the source said. He was taken to the hospital by ambulance.
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, Vancouver Police, said Viennas had been placed on a non-operational mission and another police law investigation was suspended until the outcome of the criminal case came out. VPD said no further comments could be made while the issue was being heard in court.
In Wiens, he and 15 other police officers smoke while a man with a knife and chains hides inside and evacuates residents from an apartment building that has begun lighting. In the 2020 incident, he was awarded a quote from the Chief of Police last year. Fire item.
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