RCMP video shows man hog-tied and Tasered before death
By: Jenna Owsianik , ctvbc.ca, Wednesday Feb. 1, 2012
Recently released security footage reveals the final hours of Clay Willey, a man who died nine years ago after being arrested, hog-tied and Tasered by police in Prince George, B.C.
The video was originally played in 2004 for a coroner’s inquest into Willey’s death, but was made public on Tuesday as the Commission for Public Complaints Against the RCMP released its final report into the incident. Read the rest of this entry
In 2003, Clay Alvin Willey, an Aboriginal man (described as Metis), was killed by the RCMP while in custody in Prince George, BC. Willey had suffered broken teeth, a fractured skull, ruptured
bowels, internal bleeding, and multiple taser burns inflicted on him by several RCMP officers, yet a coroner’s inquest ruled his death was accidental, caused by a cocaine overdose. In the following articles, the Commission for Public Complaints Against the RCMP voices their frustration at the RCMP’s ass-dragging in regards to the investigation. Read the rest of this entry