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Anonymous said: Just wanna say my philosophy teacher is a cis/white/het male and there's a she feminist in our class and she made fun of him and he was like "Oh sorry, didn't know you marched with MLK to washington" and his photo is legit in a history book

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Quebec officers won’t face charges in shooting of homeless man


The officers who fatally shot Alain Magloire last winter will not face charges, Quebec’s crown prosecutor said Tuesday.
Crown spokesperson Jean Pascal Boucher said the state decided not to press charges against officers after examining the results of an investigation by the Sûreté du Québec. The probe compiled witness testimony, an autopsy report, police reports and other evidence.
Magloire, 41, was homeless and struggling with mental health problems when he died on Feb. 3. Police say they were called to the scene that morning because Magloire was threatening someone with a hammer near a hostel on Berri St.
When officers arrived at the scene, they say he was still wielding the hammer and not co-operating with police. It’s unclear exactly what happened but at sometime during the standoff, Magloire was shot by police.
The Quebec Coroner’s Office is also investigating the killing.
Magloire is the son of former Haitian justice minister René Magloire. He worked as a biochemist and researcher before being overwhelmed with mental health problems.
He left behind two daughters and his family has described him as a loving, gentle man.

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Quebec officers won’t face charges in shooting of homeless man

The officers who fatally shot Alain Magloire last winter will not face charges, Quebec’s crown prosecutor said Tuesday.

Crown spokesperson Jean Pascal Boucher said the state decided not to press charges against officers after examining the results of an investigation by the Sûreté du Québec. The probe compiled witness testimony, an autopsy report, police reports and other evidence.

Magloire, 41, was homeless and struggling with mental health problems when he died on Feb. 3. Police say they were called to the scene that morning because Magloire was threatening someone with a hammer near a hostel on Berri St.

When officers arrived at the scene, they say he was still wielding the hammer and not co-operating with police. It’s unclear exactly what happened but at sometime during the standoff, Magloire was shot by police.

The Quebec Coroner’s Office is also investigating the killing.

Magloire is the son of former Haitian justice minister René Magloire. He worked as a biochemist and researcher before being overwhelmed with mental health problems.

He left behind two daughters and his family has described him as a loving, gentle man.

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