‘Not a TV Drama:’ Sask. RCMP Awaiting Probe Into Stabbing Suspect Death in Custody

The head of the Saskatchewan RCMP is defending the limited information she provided about the in-custody death of a suspect in a series of stabbings earlier this month on the James Smith Cree Nation and in the nearby village of Weldon.
Assistant Commissioner Rhonda Blackmore says it is a complex investigation, not a TV drama where police will have all of the answers by the end of the episode.
She says it is important RCMP wait for an independent investigation to be completed before making assumptions on how Myles Sanderson’s died, and that any speculation could undermine that investigation.
Blackmore says the police who arrested Sanderson are trained experts in their field, but are not medical experts or pathologists….

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