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Inquest into shooting death of Greg Matters begins

Canadian Forces veteran Greg Matters was getting treatment for his PTSD at the time of his death. (Photo courtesy of Matters family)

The family of a Canadian army veteran hopes an inquest that begins in Prince George, B.C. will end with overhauls to RCMP policies about the handling of anyone with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.  Daybreak's Andrew Kurjata speaks with reporter Marissa Harvey who has been covering the case. 

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