Vancouver police chief defends handcuffing of Indigenous man and granddaughter

Police officers followed standard procedure when they handcuffed an Indigenous man and his 12-year-old granddaughter after they tried to open an account at a Vancouver bank, according to the city's chief of police.

Chief Adam Palmer defended the officers' actions, saying they were responding to a report of a fraud in progress from a reputable source.

"The bank was adamant that a fraud had been committed and they were providing information that led our officers to believe that," he told CBC News.


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