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The guards were charged and awaiting trial but the Ontario judge made the unusual decision to toss the case, surprising nearly everybody
So there is footage of the guards attacking her unprovoked, used excessive force to restrain her, lied about the incident, a pathologist testified that she would have been alive but for their actions, and the video and facts of the case now being used in training as an example of what not
The judge threw out the case. Because COVID hysteria created an environment when such actions are understandable.
Oh, did I say she didn’t have COVID? Nope, she didn’t. She was suffering due to her COPD, not anything transmissible. Of course, in Canada killing off sick people is a positive good, anyway.
It is hard to imagine this decision being made by a judge in the absence of COVID hysteria, and impossible to image the guards’ action without it. COVID brought out the tyrants in people with authoritarian tendencies, empowering them to act out their worst impulses.
With no accountability.
Right after throwing her to a wall, a different guard redirects the camera away from the incident, hiding what was happening. He “panicked,” so turning the camera away clearly didn’t show any consciousness of guilt, right?
Witnesses report the guards threw her to the ground, held her there in exactly the same manner that George Floyd was restrained (knee to the back using body weight). Only she had taken no meth or fentanyl. She was a 125-pound woman with breathing difficulties, as she told them.
They handcuffed her while unconscious and kept her restrained using a knee to the back. She stopped breathing. The guards load her into a wheelchair and eventually notice this fact and call for doctors. She subsequently died from her injuries, having never returned to consciousness.
The guards killed her. A women in respiratory distress in a hospital hallway, there to be treated.
Toronto hospital security guards killed a woman in March of 2020. For not pulling up a mask while suffering from breathing difficulties. They were originally charged with manslaughter and criminal neg...