Manitoba defence in Sinclair case: Dead have no human rights

The family of a disabled Aboriginal man who died in a Winnipeg hospital waiting room is facing a major test of their lawsuit.

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The family of a disabled Aboriginal man who died in a Winnipeg hospital waiting room is facing a major test of their lawsuit.

The Manitoba government and the Winnipeg regional health authorities want the case thrown out.

But the lawyers for the family of Brian Sinclair are fighting back.

All sides have appeared in Winnipeg court.

APTN National News reporter Meagan Fiddler was there.

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2 thoughts on “Manitoba defence in Sinclair case: Dead have no human rights

  1. typical moniyaw response. well heres a cree response: all beings deserve respect, including the deceased AND his relatives also have rights. they have every right to sue for redress for emotional damages, an answer and to have those responsible for their racist apathy to be held accountable.

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