Mass Shooting Victim’s Family Calls for End to Sales of Decommissioned RCMP Vehicles

The family of the 22nd and final victim in the Nova Scotia mass shooting is calling for a permanent moratorium on the sale of decommissioned RCMP vehicles to the general public.
Jane Lenehan, who represents the family of Gina Goulet, today told the federal-provincial inquiry into the killings that the revenue from auctioning off the vehicles can’t be worth the risk to public safety, as demonstrated by a gunman’s 13-hour rampage in April 2020.
The killer managed to evade police and deceive many of his victims because he was driving a fully marked replica RCMP cruiser.
Lenehan says the federal government should instead be allowed to sell decommissioned RCMP vehicles for scrap metal and parts….

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