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More aboriginal women allege abuse at hands of Quebec provincial police - Montreal - CBC News


More aboriginal women allege abuse at hands of Quebec provincial police - Montreal - CBC News: Both the provincial police and the public safety ministry refused interview requests from the Enqu�te team.

A former employee of the ministry, Isabelle Parent, who worked under the junior minister for 12 years inspecting police forces, said she wants to break her silence on the allegations.

"There was no interest. At the top, there was really no interest in the security of aboriginals, aboriginal women," she said.

"That shocked me."

Parent said prosecutors often said they didn't have enough information to move forward with charges.

Jean O'Bomsawin, a former SQ officer, said the allegations about Val-d'Or officers shocked him.

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