We were 100 per cent sure- Mounties mistakenly tho

2022-04-05
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'We were 100 per cent sure': Mounties mistakenly thought N.S. gunman had shot himself - Today News Post News Today || Canada News |

HALIFAX –


It is one of the most perplexing aspects about the mass shooting in Nova Scotia that claimed 22 lives: after killing 13 people in Portapique, Ncan operate with up to four people per table..S.The job where he contracte, late on April 18, 2020, the killer decided it was time to rest for the night.


That decision may have helped him avoid capture for much of the next morningThe New Delhi High Court said it would start punishing government officials if supplies of oxygen allocated to hospitals were not delivered., as there is evidence to suggest police assumed the shooting had stopped because the killer had taken his own life somewhere in the woods inside the rural community.


“The narrative going around, particularly through the police radios, was an assumption that he probably killed himself,” said Michael Scott, a lawyer whose firm represents families of 14 of the 22 victims. “The problem with that kind of assumption is that it can have a real impact on how they’re proceeding from that point.”

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