Quebec Human Rights Commission recommends City of Longueuil pay $86,000 in racial profiling case

The Quebec Human Rights Commission has recommended that the City of Longueuil should pay $86,000 in damages to a Brossard family over a racial profiling incident that took place in 2013.

“I’m happy that it’s been acknowledged,” said Dominique Jacobs, whose son Terell and stepson Nathan were arrested for jaywalking at the Panama Bus Terminal. “I’m happy that the decision was made, but I’m very disappointed that it took five years to get there.”

After Terell and Nathan were arrested, police showed up at their home - which shocked Jacobs.


Corp policier (SPVM, SQ, GRC, agent de la STM, etc): 

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