The RCMP agree that the 14 months it took for them to respond to the Commission for Public Complaints Against the RCMP (CPC) interim report, which was generated following the death of Clayton Alvin Willey while he was in custody one day after his violent arrest in 2003, was too long.“

The arrest was very difficult and took enormous effort,” Supt. Eric Stubbs said in a press conference Tuesday. However, no reason was found to pursue any charges with the level of force used, he added…

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