No charges for Mounties who tased B.C. preteen

Outside force says officers did not violate criminal code

B.C. Mounties who used a Taser an 11-year-old boy should not face criminal charges, an outside police force has recommended. The West Vancouver Police were called in to investigate the incident after the boy was zapped with the weapon in April. Investigators from the department determined the officers involved did not violate the criminal code.

Vancouver Sun


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