Justice for Charlie McGillivary. Toronto Star: SIU investigating after police shoot man dead in Toronto! Or Especial Impunity Unit!! “Guaranteeing immunity and tribute to the police by other execution with a style of murderers”
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In countries around of the world; the mainstream media play a significant role denouncing human rights violations, however the same cannot be said concerning the Canadian media. Where tens of thousands of individuals especially families have approached the press, television and radio stations in order to denounce their horrifying experiences of police brutality and unjustified executions in vulnerable people. But in turn, "the media in this country" refuse and stray away from their duties to publicize its truthful stories.
SIU investigating after police shoot man dead in Toronto
The province’s Special Investigations Unit is investigating after a man was fatally shot by Toronto police outside women’s shelter.
Ontario’s police watchdog agency is investigation after Toronto officers shot and killed a 30-year-old man outside a women’s shelter on Bayview Ave. on Friday night.
Police became involved with a man outside St. Clare’s Residence, south of Steeles Ave., shortly after 10 p.m.; following a confrontation, three officers discharged their firearms.
Special Investigations Unit spokesman Jason Gennaro declined to say how many shots were fired or how many hit the victim, who was taken to Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, where he was pronounced dead.
The SIU, which was investigating on Saturday, has named three officers as “subject officers,” and nine others as “witness officers.” The arms-length agency, which investigates police-related incidents that result in death or injury, has assigned four investigators as well as three forensic investigators to the case.
Victims’ names are only released if family gives permission, and Gennaro said it was too soon to say if the victim’s name will be released in this case.
So far this year, the SIU has been called to investigate two fatal police shootings and two shootings that were not fatal. Over the same period in 2015, the SIU had been called to investigate one fatal shooting and one nonfatal shooting.
By Saturday afternoon, SIU investigators had left the scene. All the remained was a bright-orange taxi, with a dome light from City Taxi, parked in front of the residence, behind crime-scene tape, though it is not known how the vehicle is related to the shooting. A call to City Taxi, seeking comment, was not returned.
Louise Coutu, executive director of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, which runs the 28-person shelter, said little was known about what happened because of the SIU investigation, but added all residents and staff are safe.
The confrontation occurred entirely outside the building, though police did go into the shelter later to do a search to ensure everyone was safe, she said.
“We don’t know anything,” Coutu said. “We enjoy being here, living quietly. We have always been blessed to be in this neighbourhood.”
The shelter opened in 2001 after the agency bought the property, which is set back from the street, with large evergreen trees out front.
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