36-year-old Glenn Justin (Occo) Ironchild shot a rifle in the middle of a busy intersection by the Edmonton police.
At the intersection of Edmonton's occupation, an officer who acted as a weapon to the people acted basically and took the necessary things into consideration.
The Alberta Serious Events Measures Group (ASIRT), an officer Glenn Ironchild, wounded a man in the intersection of Avenue 137 and Avenue 50 after completing a police investigation in March 2017.
Ironchild pointed to people and passing cars with a long rifle.
ASIRT, the opening of the Ironchild fire on the border was not legitimate and acceptable, it was necessary.
"The police officers did not choose this place and did not create situations requiring the use of deadly force, in which case any response, except the use of deadly force, would allow time for a person to fend off, and an unacceptable risk to the lives of many trapped in this aggressive case "- ASIRT is his investigation.
According to the report, two police officers responded to the incident after the witnesses reported a man showing guns to people and vehicles, including two city bus buses.
Due to traffic jams in the region, the officers have to leave the vehicle and stand up at the scene. As for the arrival, Ironchild did not try to put a gun or attempt to escape from the area. When an officer was about 20-30 meters away, Ironchild was dropped to a "shooting position" and made an officer's officer.
The expert ordered Ironchild to lay down the weapon. When Ironchild did not fit, the officer hit him. After shooting him, the officials were first to help Ironchild when the waiters waited.
Ironchild was sentenced to four and a half years in prison in March and claimed that he was guilty of five charges of embezzlement.
The court heard Ironchild's "attempted suicide by the police" on that day. Ironchild apologized for his actions and told the court he was doing his job only.
ASIRT investigates whether police are involved in severe injury or death.