Manitoba

Supporters gather outside Winnipeg Remand Centre to protest death of Bradley Errol Green

Nearly 50 people gathered at the Winnipeg Remand Centre on Friday to protest the recent death of an inmate.

Green, 26, experienced two epileptic seizures while in custody at the centre on May 1, later dying

Bradley Errol Green, 26, experienced two epileptic seizures while in custody at the centre on May 1. He later died. His brother and others held a protest outside the centre Friday. 1:06

Nearly 50 people gathered at the Winnipeg Remand Centre on Friday to protest the recent death of an inmate.

Bradley Errol Green, 26, experienced two epileptic seizures while in custody at the centre on May 1. He later died.

Both Green's wife, Rochelle Pranteau, and a fellow inmate told CBC News that Green had asked for his epilepsy medication for three days. That request was denied.
Brandon Wyatt Green outside the Winnipeg Remand Centre, where he protested his brother's recent death on Friday.

"I want justice … I want those guys to be locked away unless they want to say sorry into my face and I'll accept that, too," said Green's younger brother, Brandon Wyatt Green.

"My heart bleeds for my brother and he's up there with God, our Creator."

Brandon Wyatt Green said he feels bad for others who have passed away at the Winnipeg Remand Centre, too.

He thanked those who showed their support for his family by standing outside the centre, many holding posters that read, 'Justice for Errol' and, 'Wrongful Death.'

A provincial government investigation into Green's death is pending.