Chantel Moore’s mother sues Edmundston police officer who shot her Indigenous daughter – CBC

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Chantel Moore’s mother sues Edmundston police officer who shot her Indigenous daughter – CBC

by ahnationtalk on May 19, 202229 Views

May 19, 2022

Martha Martin’s statement of claim calls actions of officer and city ‘reckless, cavalier’

The mother of Chantel Moore is suing the police officer who fatally shot the Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation woman during a wellness check.

Chantel Moore, 26, was shot and killed by Edmundston Const. Jeremy Son on June 4, 2020, when he was dispatched to her apartment to check on her well-being. Moore came toward Son with a knife on the balcony of the apartment, and he fired four shots, which he’s said were in self-defence.

Moore’s mother, Martha Martin, filed a statement of claim Thursday on behalf of herself, Moore’s seven-year-old daughter, Gracie, and Moore’s estate. The City of Edmundston, Son’s employer, is also named in the suit.

Read More: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/new-brunswick/chantel-moore-martha-martin-jeremy-son-lawsuit-1.6459226

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