By Eric Shih Local Journalism Initiative Reporter Warning: This story contains strong language and details that readers may find disturbing An officer with the Nishnawbe Aski Police Service (NAPS) has been placed on administrative duties after a video emerged that appears to show him striking and throwing a man to the ground in Slate Falls First Nation. The video, which began circulating on social media earlier this month, is one of three clips documenting the encounter between the NAPS officer and 24-year-old James Masakeyash that were shared with Dougall Media by Miriam Cook, Masakeyash’s sister and a member of Slate Falls First Nation. In an emailed statement, NAPS said the incident, which occurred on Aug. 30, has been referred to the Ontario Provincial Police for investigation. The first clip, which
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