How years of giving a rich, white man the benefit of doubt enabled a sociopathic murderer
The police and the justice system bear a direct responsibility for the lax treatment of the Nova Scotia shooter over many years.
RCMP Supt. Darren Campbell testified before the Mass Casualty Commission on July 25. It’s hard to imagine how any other single individual could have come to the attention of the various police forces in the region more than the Nova Scotia shooter during his decades-long run of lawless behaviour before the 2020 shooting, writes Les Whittington. Screenshot courtesy of the Mass Casualty Commission