CBC caught pushing fake news about “racist” RCMP in Colten Boushie case

CBC was caught by Saskatchewan broadcaster, John Gormley, faking news.

In August 2016, a 22-year-old Aboriginal man from The Red Pheasant First Nation in Saskatchewan was shot dead by a farmer named Gerald Stanley, but that’s not where the story begins, nor where it ends.

Boushie and company were drunk, violent and armed. Stanley fired some warning shots into the air but then he fired another shot that struck Boushie in the head, killing him.

The jury, weighing all the evidence, couldn’t find Stanley guilty of murder.

But that wasn’t good enough for the Prime Minister and his Justice Minister who weighed in to call the jury and the justice system, racist.

And it wasn’t good enough for the CBC, either. They used evidence from unnamed sources to call the RCMP’s investigation sloppy and negligent.

CBC published a story accusing the RCMP of allowing Stanley to go home on the night of his arrest for murder without making a statement, and not seizing Stanley’s clothes to test for blood spatter and gunshot residue.

But neither of those things are true and there are court documents to prove it.

It was John Gormley who caught CBC faking the news about Stanley’s arrest. CBC only amended their story after they were caught. Talk about sloppy and negligent.

Watch my video to see the lies the CBC published, and then fed to an expert homicide investigator to elicit a scathing criticism about a faulty investigation that wasn’t.