Toronto: Police Constable Michael Theriault convicted for torturing and beating up young black man Dafonte Miller.
After the death of George Floyd, there have been several cases of police atrocities on blacks, one of them being a Toronto incident.
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A Toronto police officer has been convicted for the exploitation of a black man arrested in 2016. The prosecutor accused Constable Michael Theriault for torturing 19-year-old Dafonte Miller with his brother Christian in 2016 despite not being on duty and Whiteby (Whitby) of Ontario (Ontario) In the middle of two houses, he was beaten badly by a pipe and broke the left eye of the young man.
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Justice Joseph Di Luca of the Ontario court gave its verdict virtually because of the Covid-19 epidemic