Quebec AM | May 9, 2012 | 11:40

Medic calls for inquiry into Victoriaville protest violence

A student demonstration in Victoriaville last week turned violent, leaving three protestors seriously injured. Scott Weinstein is a nurse based Montreal who volunteers for protests and he treated some of the injured in the aftermath of the violence.

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