Jury in Chantel Moore coroner’s inquest rules her death a homicide

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The jury in New Brunswick’s coroner’s inquest into the fatal shooting of Chantel Moore has ruled her death a homicide.

The 26-year-old Indigenous woman was shot by an Edmundston police officer during a “wellness check” after she advanced toward him with a knife on the morning of June 4, 2020.

The inquest heard Thursday from an expert in Canadian policing, who said the New Brunswick officer who killed Moore was following police training.

Nathalie Sturgeon has the details on the findings of the jury.

For more info, please go to https://globalnews.ca/news/8848043/policing-expert-coroners-inquest-chantel-moore/

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