The Chinese girl was beaten and violently beaten, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police apologized:the police officer involved will be investigated
【Global Network Reporting Trainee Reporter Cui Yan】”I am very sorry for what happened to Ms. Wang.” On the 2nd local time, Brad Howley, commander of the Southeastern District of the Royal Mounted Police in British Columbia, Canada ( Brad Haugli), publicly apologizing for the violent assault of Chinese girl Wang Mona (transliteration) by the mounted police, and said that he will investigate the police officer Browning involved and may bring criminal charges.
According to the Canadian”Vancouver Sun” reported on the 3rd, Hawley said at the press conference on the 2nd:”I can tell you that when I first saw this video, I I am deeply worried, and I am very sorry for what happened to Ms. Wang.”
He went on to say:”If that is my family or friend, I will be very worried and will also want to seek an answer.”
Oris said that the police are currently investigating Browning’s behavior and may submit a report to the royal lawyer in late July stating whether she should be accused of assaulting others.
According to previous Canadian media reports, the incident occurred at the end of January. Canadian Chinese female student Wang Mona lost contact with her boyfriend due to anxiety disorders. Mounted police Lacy Browning was receiving Went to the scene after calling Wang Mona’s boyfriend for help. Surveillance video subsequently showed that Browning dragged Wang Mona from the room to the apartment corridor and lobby, and took Mona to the hospital for inspection in a rough manner, during which she once stepped on her head with her foot.
Reports that the Litigation Inspection Report showed that Mona’s face was bruised, blood vessels in her left eye ruptured, her right eye was swollen, and her right temple was bruised.
After the incident, Wang Mona’s encounter caused public opinion in Canada. Many people were angry about the behavior of the Mounted Police and initiated a petition on the Internet asking for justice for the Chinese woman. So far, more than 300,000 people have signed on the online petition website for Mona.
The Vancouver Sun also said that in recent years, Browning’s Kelowna Royal Mounted Police Detachment has been under scrutiny for various issues. Like Browning, some police officers in this unit are working Or have faced criminal investigations and civil litigation.
Column editor:Gu Wanquan Text editor:Li Linwei