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RCMP leader fails to address why Mounties appeared not to intervene in N.S. lobster fisheries violence – Globalnews.ca

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October 21, 2020

The head of the RCMP failed to address complaints about the force’s response to violence against Indigenous lobster fisheries in southwestern Nova Scotia.

RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki and Deputy Commissioner Brian Brennan addressed media in Ottawa on Wednesday.

Lucki opened the press conference by saying that she strongly condemns any act of violence

“The RCMP are fully committed to keeping the peace, keeping people safe and enforcing the law,” she said.

Lucki admitted that RCMP officers can’t be in every single location but said that “when we are there and when we are made aware of those actions, we will step in.”

Read More: https://globalnews.ca/news/7410487/rcmp-leadership-ns-indigenous-lobster-fishery/

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