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BC Civil Liberties Association creates a support group

The BCCLA is bringing together family and friends of individuals injured or killed by police.   They're forming a new advocacy and support group to help people cope. Stephen Quinn speaks with Linda Bush, one of the founding members of the group. She is the mother of Ian Bush, who was killed by a member of the Houston RCMP detachment in 2007. Joining her is David Eby, Executive Director of the BC Civil Liberties Association.

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