The Canadian Press

2011-03-28 | Mayerthorpe Inquiry

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A fatality inquiry ruled the RCMP acted properly in dealing with a gunman who ambushed four Alberta officers in 2005 -- given the information available at the time. Inquiry head, Judge Daniel Pahl, found no fault with the training, experience or abilities of the four officers who were killed by James Roszko before he committed suicide. The father of one of the convicted men scoffed at the conclusions of the report. Barry Hennessey, father of Shawn, said no tough questions were asked of police about how they handled the scene at James Roszko's farm before the killer made his bloody return. (Dennis Cheeseman and Shawn Hennessey were convicted of manslaughter for giving gunman James Roszko a rifle and a ride the night before he killed the four Mounties.)

Date: 2011-03-28
Placeline: EDMONTON, Alberta.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 18 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << I think that they screwed up and the cover enough they had lots of warning that Roscoe is around there they totally made a major mistake and Sean and Hennessy and Dennis are paying for the mistakes that they made I just don't believe that now he should be questioned about his own inquiries >>