Former Toronto police officer James Forcillo was convicted of attempted murder in the killing of 18-year-old Sammy Yatim on an empty streetcar.
This is the state-sanctioned culling of the inferior “other.”
Const. James Forcillo was out on bail while appealing his attempted murder conviction.
How an obscure 80s cartoon called 'C.O.P.S' showed me the lies in law enforcement.
Researchers suggest poorly trained officers could have a “false sense of superiority” based on their uniform.
Constable James Forcillo is appealing his conviction of attempted murder after a judge on Thursday concluded that his use of force against teen Sammy Yatim was "unnecessary, unreasonable, and excessive" and "an egregious breach of trust."
Toronto cop James Forcillo's six year sentence for shooting Sammy Yatim highlights the need for better training.
Constable James Forcillo was found not guilty of second-degree murder but guilty of attempted murder in January after firing two volleys of shots at Sammy Yatim, who refused to obey his commands to drop a knife.
Toronto cop James Forcillo was found not guilty of second-degree murder but guilty of attempted murder in January after he fired two volleys of shots at a knife-wielding Sammy Yatim on an empty streetcar.
Mike McCormack has said some pretty dumb things over the years. Here's one more.
After 18-year-old Sammy Yatim on a streetcar in Toronto, the cops are adopting bodycams—but will the devices prevent violence, or turn into a tool for surveillance?
Officer James Forcillo was found not guilty of second-degree murder or manslaughter