Right-Wing 'BC Proud' Group Asks Followers If 'Police Did the Right Thing' Killing an Indigenous Woman - 2020-06-06

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F0.png Right-Wing 'BC Proud' Group Asks Followers If 'Police Did the Right Thing' Killing an Indigenous Woman June 6, 2020, PressProgress

A prominent right-wing Facebook page wants you to let them know if police "did the right thing" when they shot and killed an Indigenous woman in New Brunswick.

"BC Proud," a member of a network of right-wing Facebook pages that also includes "Canada Proud" and "Ontario Proud," posed that question to its followers on Friday.

This week, 26 year-old Chantel Moore, originally from the Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation in British Columbia, was shot to death by police in Edmundston, New Brunswick after they were called to go to Moore's apartment to check on her well-being.

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