PRINCE GEORGE, B.C.- Family members of a British Columbia Indigenous man who died after being arrested close to six years ago expect to wait many more before learning if five RCMP officers will be convicted of manslaughter and obstruction in the case. The family of Arthur Culver, also known as Dale Culver, “remains unwavering” in its search for justice, despite the wait, said a statement released Thursday by the B.C. Civil Liberties Association. “We want the public to know how difficult it has been for us since my dad was killed,” said Lily Speed-Namox, Culver’s eldest daughter. “We have been in the dark throughout much of this process.” The case is highlighting delays in the civilian oversight process, while renewing debate about whether police body cameras would enhance
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