Sammy Yatim: Gone in 60 seconds

Eight shots point-blank with hollow-point bullets. By any reasonable measure Toronto cop James Forcillo showed a disregard for the consequences of his actions when he killed Sammy Yatim, but is he guilty of murder?

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The Sammy Yatim effect

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A time to shoot your mouth off, not your gun

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What these Torontonians have to say about Islamophobia needs to be heard

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Ex police watchdog Alok Mukherjee speaks out on Yatim

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