Quebec Superior Courtroom choose will oversee inquiry into bungled Camara arrest

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A Quebec Superior Courtroom justice has been named to move an inquiry into the bungled arrest by Montreal police of Mamadi Camara, who was charged with tried homicide solely to see all expenses in opposition to him dropped six days after being taken into custody.

In a quick assertion issued Tuesday, Public Safety Minister Geneviève Guilbault introduced that Justice Louis Dionne will preside over the inquiry, which is scheduled to begin Feb. 22. The inquiry will goal at “permitting us to higher perceive occasions, determine the difficulties that will come up in this kind of investigation and, above all, if obligatory, discover concrete options to appropriate the shortcomings,” the assertion stated.

Montreal Mayor Valérie Plante on Tuesday tweeted her assist of Guilbault, saying the “investigation meets the specified targets of a impartial investigation of your complete course of resulting in the affirmation of Mr. Camara’s innocence.” She promised the cooperation of town of Montreal and added, “We should proceed our efforts to seek out the felony who undermined the security of police officer Sanjay Vig.”