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MLA, Uncle speak out about dead First Nations man

All this week, an inquest into the death of Rodney Shane Jackson has been taking place in Terrace. Jackson was fatally shot during an incident with the RCMP's Emergency Response Team in a remote area north of Hazelton. We spoke to his uncle, Aubrey Jackson, and MLA for Stikine, Doug Donaldson.

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Aubrey Jackson also painted a portrait of his nephew as a man struggling for cultural sovereignty. Here he speaks with CBC reporter Betsy Trumpener.

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You can hear Betsy Trumpener's earlier report on this inquest below.

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