Indigenous man files human rights complaint after he and his daughter were handcuffed

Indigenous man files human rights complaint after he and his daughter were handcuffed 1

 

An Indigenous man in British Columbia has filed a human rights complain after he and his daughter were handcuffed outside a Vancouver bank.

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34 Comments on "Indigenous man files human rights complaint after he and his daughter were handcuffed"

  1. Machine Algorithm Alpha | November 24, 2020 at 4:56 PM | Reply

    Lmao. Must be a slow racism day if this is the best they got.

    • Machine Algorithm Alpha | November 24, 2020 at 7:09 PM | Reply

      @Suzuki Beane I’ve been cuffed twice without ever even being charged with a crime. It happens. Again, if this is the best example of racism they have, we have zero racism in this country. If this dude had experienced a slur from a passerby on the sidewalk, it would have been worse than this, and I consider slurs from strangers to be a nothing burger, unless you have self esteem issues.

    • Leutrell Bodden | November 24, 2020 at 7:12 PM | Reply

      @Machine Algorithm Alpha if this has happened to you multiple times when you weren’t guilty of any crime then that right there is a fundamental problem with the system.

    • If you bumped into a poc at this point, they will scream “RaCiSm” like a pig, it’s as predictable as the sun set.

    • @Machine Algorithm Alpha Are you indigenous?

    • Machine Algorithm Alpha | November 24, 2020 at 7:58 PM | Reply

      @Suzuki Beane nope

  2. Ravenesque One | November 24, 2020 at 5:00 PM | Reply

    BMO sitting on some of the most expensive real estate in BC.

  3. marty meathood | November 24, 2020 at 5:01 PM | Reply

    respect your First Nations
    Orbis Spike 1610
    Hail Atlantis
    and the banks break open..

    Drinks on your house

  4. It was an accident. Wawawawa

  5. I don’t think they understand what human rights violation is. They have the right to file a complaint against the officer, but it’s not a human rights violation if they’re being illegally detained it’s a civil matter not a human rights matter.

  6. Are bank managers truly that stupid?

  7. Google Academy UK | November 24, 2020 at 5:52 PM | Reply

    They are just looking for a carve up. So they got cuffed. BOOHOO you absolute scroungers.

  8. AWiseGuyDrinkingTea | November 24, 2020 at 6:08 PM | Reply

    The dislikes on this video are disgusting

  9. They got falsely accused but not due to them being indigenous!

    • Robert S…… You just can’t say that without ny evidence for your claim.

    • albertannationalist | November 24, 2020 at 7:08 PM | Reply

      Statistically we should suspect him of something

    • @Suzuki Beane if the bank employee had suspicious thoughts of fraud, it’s their right. If the cops had suspicious thoughts, they can investigate. If the cops did anything, like put handcuffs, prematurely why would bank be at fault. Since you don’t need a lawyer for a human rights complaint, it will be settled at mediation.

    • @Robert S I was referring to your comment “they got falsely accused but NOT DUE TO THEM BEING INDIGENOUS”
      You have no way of knowing if it was or was not due to them being indigenous… It’s more likely that prejudice was involved.

    • @Suzuki Beane No, YOU can’t say that without evidence. And they didn’t show evidence that they were detained due to their nationality. They had an ID that was suspect and were detained so they the ID can be confirmed. It would happen if I brought in a cheque that appeared to not be legitimate or my ID seemed off.

  10. Lots of racism in Vancouver, it’s very serious.

  11. Boycott BMO

    • Why? The were presented an ID that they didn’t recognize and it’s obvious the person was trying to withdraw a large amount of cash. They were unlikely to have actually been detained UNTIL the cops arrived. Their ID was likely being held while the cops were on route but they themselves were not physically detained by a bank. Boycott your stupidity…..

    • @Alan d’Eon Yeah in your imagination! You can’t even spell to save your life. Boycott BMO!

  12. BOYCOTT BMO

    • Why? The were presented an ID that they didn’t recognize and it’s obvious the person was trying to withdraw a large amount of cash. They were unlikely to have actually been detained UNTIL the cops arrived. Their ID was likely being held while the cops were on route but they themselves were not physically detained by a bank. Boycott your stupidity…..

  13. Just how old are the bank staff…..12? How could you not know about status ID cards?

  14. Michael Bobkov | November 24, 2020 at 6:56 PM | Reply

    Why is it assumed that this was racism and not just a mistake?

  15. albertannationalist | November 24, 2020 at 7:07 PM | Reply

    Dude did something to deserve it.

  16. Rebekah Curiel-Alessi | November 24, 2020 at 7:15 PM | Reply

    Sorry this happened.

  17. Anything and everything that is viewed as negative by poc, is instantly racism. This dynamic is dangerous, very dangerous, for poc.

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