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Don Dunphy

Songwriter protests Dunphy investigation delays with new song

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Colleen Power says the public needs to continue demanding answers and accountability.

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The Indy’s Top 15 of 2015

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See which articles and topics Independent readers cast an eye over most in 2015.

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Local spoken word artist takes on police brutality in new video

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Timo Sargent of TNT Creation says “Bruised & Bloodied Sirens” was inspired by “that sickly feeling we get while seeing injustice, and the subsequent furious desire we have to see oppressive behaviour stopped”.

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#DonDunphy: Cooler heads prevail

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Rationally approaching delicate matters in the public interest, especially those as sensitive as the Don Dunphy shooting, is the most effective way to gain the answers and the information we seek.

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Stop the killing: Fatal police shootings in Canada

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Too many people are killed by police in Canada. Here is what we should do to change that.

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Officer’s letter in Don Dunphy killing inflames controversy

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The contents of a leaked letter allegedly written by the RNC officer who shot and killed Mitchell’s Brook resident Don Dunphy earlier this month reveals a disturbing and troubled attitude about the role of police in our communities, and policing culture more broadly

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Why did he go alone?

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Government cuts in the 90s forced the RNC Association to choose between job cuts or reducing two-person patrols to one-person patrols.

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The killing of Don Dunphy

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There is no justification for this act of violence.

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