By Mickey Djuric The Canadian Press REGINA – Juries comprising six Indigenous people are to participate in two public inquests examining what happened on Sept. 4, when several people were killed or injured in a stabbing rampage in Saskatchewan, and in the days that followed. The first inquest, scheduled to take place by next summer, will focus on 11 deaths on the James Smith Cree Nation and in the nearby village of Weldon. It will include the death of Damien Sanderson, one of the suspects who was found near a crime scene on the First Nation with non-self-inflicted wounds. A second inquest will focus on suspect Myles Sanderson, who died in police custody three days after the stabbings. RCMP have said Myles Sanderson went into medical distress shortly after he
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