In crisis: Can Mobile Crisis Intervention Teams end police killings?
Critics question whether Toronto's Mobile Crisis Intervention Teams, under current procedure, will do anything to stop lethal outcomes.
TORONTO STAR / LAURA KANE
Mental health nurse Sharon Lawlor and Const. Peter Sidlauskas have been working together for a year on the Toronto Police Mobile Crisis Intervention Team in 54 and 55 divisions.
CRISIS OF MENTAL HEALTH: THIRD OF THREE PARTS
Cop training falls short in crisis! Or trained to physically brutalize and slaughter people?
On the internet we can found overwhelming evidence about the police brutality and extrajudicial executions of people by the police. As an example let us mention the case of Sammy Yatim; a young person who was intoxicated and was traveling in streetcar with a small knife, generally is used by tens of thousands of people to peel fruits or cut the cheese. The video from the streetcar is proving that at no time the lives of passengers were in danger, or the safety of the police in jeopardy. But the ruthless intervention of the police and criminal instinct of the officer James Forcillo; trained to brutalize and kill without conscience decided for to commit a public execution. Nine shots... nine shots... in the humanity of Sammy Yatim? The young person was dying on the floor of the streetcar, when the sadism and the slaughter in Sammy had no finished! Again an additional police officer, he chooses to shoot a lethal weapon (taser) that would be the shot of grace. Canadian media: the people of the world are witness of this unnecessary extrajudicial execution committed by a force who displays the motto, "To Serve & And Protect" the public?
“If someone puts their hands on you make sure they never put their hands on anybody else again.”
― Malcolm X
― Malcolm X