The Commission for Public Complaints against the RCMP is expected to release its report examining the in-custody death of Clay Alvin Willey of Prince George tomorrow morning.  Prince George RCMP have scheduled an 11am news conference to respond.

The CPC initiated a public complaint in January of 2009 to examine all in-custody deaths involving tasers between January 1, 2001 and January 1, 2009.  The Aboriginal man’s death was part of this initial complaint.  Willey was arrested for creating a public disturbance at Parkwood Place Mall in July of 2003.  He was arrested, hog-tied, and tasered multiple times.  He died in the custody of Prince George RCMP…

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