Lawyer says victims' families are shut out of investigations into deadly police shootings

Alain Arsenault, a veteran lawyer who's dealt with several cases of men killed by Montreal police, says the province's Independent Investigations Bureau, set up by the province two years ago to look into such cases, has made little difference.

Arsenault spoke at a press conference Wednesday where the family of 58-year-old Pierre Coriolan, shot and killed by Montreal police last June, announced they were suing the city of Montreal for more than $150,000.


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