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Chief Wilfred King still waiting for commissioner’s call

By Morgan Sharp Local Journalism Initiative Reporter The chief of a remote First Nation north of Thunder Bay says police action and inaction has created mob rule in his community, and that complaints about mistreatment and harassment directed to the head of the Ontario Provincial Police have so far gone unanswered. Chief Wilfred King of Kiashke Zaaging Anishinaabek (KZA), otherwise known as Gull Bay First Nation, is calling for a more comprehensive investigation and stricter punishment for an OPP sergeant, Tammy Bradley, whom he says took a young man from the community on a so-called “moonlight tour” in the summer of 2019. He said that since Bradley drove Jeremiah Skunk out of the nearby township of Armstrong and left him on the side of the road without food or water

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