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Mayor Bill Mauro says Thunder Bay “can’t ever be backed into a corner so that people believe Thunder Bay is the only city that has these challenges.”

THUNDER BAY – The new mayor is adamant Thunder Bay’s national reputation as one of the country’s most racist cities isn’t justified, despite a video depicting a city police officer allegedly slapping a restrained Indigenous teen.

The video, which was posted on social media over the weekend and has captured national attention, shows a female Thunder Bay Police Service officer engaged in a physical altercation with an individual on a gurney, with the officer appearing to slap the person.

Police in a Monday statement said they responded to an Egan Street residence on Saturday night to assist paramedics attend to an injured woman, who was taken to hospital. While on scene, officers found an intoxicated 17-year-old and the video depicted the subject officer and the teen in physical contact.

Read More: https://www.tbnewswatch.com/local-news/mayor-responds-to-video-of-police-altercation-1146281

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