A court filing from B.C.'s police watchdog has made public the gruesome list of injuries suffered by Myles Gray in his fatal encounter with Vancouver police two years ago.
The Independent Investigations Office of B.C. filed a petition in B.C. Supreme Court on Tuesday, asking for an order directing an officer who witnessed the altercation to sit for a second interview.
The petition alleges Const. Hardeep Sahota has refused numerous requests from the IIO.
Gray, a 33-year-old businessman from Sechelt, died after a violent struggle with as many as eight Vancouver police officers in August 2015. Gray was unarmed, and the officers were the only witnesses to the altercation.