By Angela Amato THE CANADIAN PRESS EDMONTON- A woman says her brother was sitting by his TV in his basement suite last February when he was killed by a stray police bullet, calling it the result of “gross negligence” from officers responding to a robbery. Susan Bandola says her 59-year-old brother, James Hanna, had recently moved into the apartment in downtown Edmonton after becoming the building’s on-site manager. She said that he had been homeless for a time couch-surfing. “He was just getting his life together and then this happens.” Police have said a stray bullet struck “an innocent person not involved” while officers were shooting at a suspect in an armed robbery at a liquor store. The provincial police watchdog, the Alberta Serious Incident Response Team, has said officers
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