Family ‘shattered’ after man shot by Toronto police, inquest hears

The family of Eric Osawe has been “shattered into pieces” since the 26-year-old man was fatally shot by police during an early morning raid in 2010, a coroner’s court heard Monday.

Nearly six years after Osawe was shot once in the back at close range by Toronto police Const. David Cavanagh, a mandatory coroner’s inquest began probing the circumstances of his death inside his west-end Toronto apartment — a fatal shooting an Ontario court judge deemed accidental.


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