Coverup?: RCMP union argues officers should not be made to testify at N.S. shooting inquiry
Global News: 'RCMP officers who responded to the Nova Scotia shooting spree that left 22 people dead in April 2020 shouldn’t be made to give live testimony before the public inquiry tasked with investigating the killings, according to the union that represents them.
'Nasha Nijhawan, a lawyer for the National Police Federation, which represents roughly 20,000 regular duty and reservist RCMP members across Canada, told the inquiry Wednesday that it’s required to take a “trauma-informed approach” to investigating the killings and that asking RCMP officers to testify would be contrary to its mandate.'