RCMP Taser Child
April 11, 2011 by staff
RCMP Taser Child, There are more questions than answers in the tasering of a child under 11 years old, local RCMP. West Vancouver Police sent four members of Prince George, two investigators and two links of the media. The police still refuse to release where the incident occurred but confirmed that it was a rural area. Police also confirmed the boy is under the supervision of the Ministry of Children and Families, according to the evaluation of the hospital was not physically injured by the stun gun. The officer who tasered the child has been in place for almost a year and a half and has been in administrative service for the moment. West Vancouver Police is expected to PG tomorrow, but say they will stay in the north until they deem necessary.
An advocate for children and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police have asked the West Vancouver police to investigate the use of a stun gun on an 11-year-old in foster care.
Mounties were called to a group home in Prince George, British Columbia Thursday at 5:30 pm to respond to a report of a stabbing. They found a 37-year-old, whose name was not released, and had transported to a local hospital where he was in good condition, The Vancouver Sun reported Monday.
The authorities searched the teen accused of stabbing a man found in a nearby house.
“Efforts were made to remove the individual from the house, and when he left the house an energy weapon has been deployed out on a limb,” said Prince George Superintendent Brenda Butterworth-Carr in a statement, ie, they used a gun paralyzing.
The boy was taken to a hospital for evaluation, the Sun said.
Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond, BC representative for children and young people, said the injured boy is a native, among the “most vulnerable” group in the province.
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