It’s been three-and-half years since Soleiman Faqiri – who lived with schizophrenia – was found dead on the floor of a segregation cell — at a Correction Centre in Ontario. A year’s long investigation into his death has reached the same conclusion as the first – no charges will be laid against any of the six or more guards who restrained and allegedly beat the 30-year-old mentally ill man. Soleiman’s brother Yusuf Faqiri joined Sarah MacDonald on BC1.
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