'Video shows Canada police violence'
Tue Feb 26, 2013 7:5AM
Vadeboncoeur hired an attorney and sued the police force, saying he was seriously injured from the beating as well as repeated kicks to his genitals.The officers were suspended and their guns taken away ten days after the arrest. It came only after the discrepancies emerged between the arrest report filed by officers and the information sent from a third party. Police in Canada have also been accused of raping and abusing aboriginal women in the country. The government’s careless response to the abuse forced Human Rights Watch to publish subsequent critiques of both the Commissioner of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) Bob Paulson and the government of Prime Minister Stephen Harper over their failure to address the issue. SAB/HN