Devastated by appeal, Jagtar Gill's family looks to Supreme Court
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The family of the 36-year-old man who was found beaten to death on Christmas Eve with a pogo stick in a laundromat on Jacksonville's Southside is now demanding answers . She last heard from him three days before Christmas and was notified of her brother ’s death two days after Christmas
David's family said the lack of clarity regarding the reports around his death are distressing and they The failure to get answers is a major concern says his legal representative, Duncan Fine from the National Tragically, this isn’t the first death in custody for the family of Murri man Shaun Coolwell.
A family from Gambler First Nation is demanding answers about the death of Matthew Swain, a 40-year-old man who was found injured on a Manitoba highway in August.
Four months later, his oldest sister says the family still has no answers about how or why he died.
"I'm in the dark just like everybody else," Georgina Swain, who goes by Gina, said.
All Gina and her two siblings know is that their brother was found after RCMP were called about an assault on August 14 near the Russell airport.
She said they fear he was beaten to death.
Murder charge withdrawn against 18-year-old in stabbing death of student Devan Selvey
A first-degree murder charge against the 18-year-old accused in the stabbing death of Hamilton high school student Devan Selvey has been withdrawn, and he's instead facing assault charges, while the accused's younger brother remains charged with murder.The 18-year-old, who cannot be identified under a court-ordered publication ban, appeared at the John Sopinka Courthouse in Hamilton on Friday morning for a bail hearing.
A South Florida family is demanding answers after a 56-year-old man was fatally shot by Broward sheriff's deputies in the backyard of his Pompano Beach home. Our investigators have been called out for the last eight officer-involved fatalities or near -fatalities prior to the death of Gregory Frazier.
His death comes amid intense scrutiny of police-involved shootings nationwide, particularly of unarmed black men . Around 6.30pm that evening, Tensing spotted Dubose driving near the campus and, about a His brother , Aubrey Dubose, said reports have unfairly portrayed Samuel as a criminal and
"Every time we phone [RCMP] to ask, they say there's nothing new."
Gina said police told her it could take nine months before the family finds out what happened.
CBC contacted RCMP for an update on the case and a spokesperson said he would follow up with investigators on Monday.
Honoured by candlelight
The Swain family held a candlelight vigil in memory of Matthew on Saturday night at the site where he was found near the airport in Russell, which is located 310 kilometres northwest of Winnipeg.
Matthew was honoured by his siblings, parents, other family and friends from the Gambler First Nation, including the Chief, David LeDoux.
Gina said her brother died on their mother's 73rd birthday.
Matthew leaves behind a four-year-old daughter, who Gina said he taught about the stars, planets and solar systems.
"She thinks of her dad all the time," Gina says about her niece.
He was a smart, well-educated man who often demonstrated empathy, according to Gina.
"He would give you the shirt off his back," she said. "He had a lot to live for."
Matthew would have celebrated his 41st birthday on Dec. 19, Gina said.
At the candlelight vigil on Saturday, a group held a pipe and drum ceremony, and sang songs to "let his spirit go so he could be at peace," Gina said.
"I miss my baby brother," she said.
'His children were his world': Father of 3 dies suddenly while working in oil patch .
The sudden death of an Alberta father this month has devastated his family and community. Jayson Gorski died while working near Elk Point, Alta. on the evening of Dec. 17. Gorski, an oil rig motorman, was working for Stampede Drilling when a brain aneurysm ruptured, his sister-in-law Shelley Gorski told CBC News on Sunday."Apparently, he didn't suffer at all. Before he hit the ground, he was gone," she said in a telephone interview. Alberta Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) was notified of a death at the Elk Point CNRL site, and an investigation is ongoing, spokesperson Vivian Binnema confirmed Sunday.