APTN National News
It took eight years to get an inquest into the Winnipeg police shooting death of an Indigenous man off the ground.
Craig McDougall’s sister took the stand Thursday.
She said there is a lot that she can’t remember from that night.
But she testified she doesn’t remember her brother as a violent man.
Police said they shot McDougall because he was holding a knife and were responding to a call of an alleged assault.
The inquest continues next week when a so-called racism expert is expected to testify.