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Lawyer at Thunder Bay inquest introduces possibility some students murdered


THUNDER BAY — At the end of an emotion filled day at the Ontario inquest into the deaths of seven First Nation students in Thunder Bay, the lawyer representing the Nishnawbe Aski Nation grilled a pathologist on her work reviewing each of the cases and whether some of the students drowned or were killed.

Julian Falconer cross-examined Dr. Toby Rose, who was assigned to review the work done by the original coroner on the case, at length on whether she properly took into account all the information contained in the autopsy files including the abrasions found on some of the students found in waters in and around Thunder Bay.


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