Winnipeg Police Not Pressing Charges in Brian Sinclair Case

Brian Sinclair (MAURICE BRUNEAU PHOTO)

Winnipeg police said Tuesday they are not pressing charges in the Brian Sinclair case.

Sinclair, a double amputee, died in the Health Sciences Centre (HSC) emergency waiting room on September 19, 2008 after waiting for 34 hours for treatment.

Police began their investigation in October of 2012 and interviewed more than 170 people, including patients, visitors and staff members at HSC. The investigation took 10 months.

The investigation report was sent to Saskatchewan Justice to review the evidence. A senior Crown Attorney from Saskatchewan Justice reviewed the file and determined that no charges should be laid.


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