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Published Wednesday, March 14, The video below shows a violent attack and may be disturbing to some viewers. Police in Mississauga, Ont. The video shows the victim, 29, sitting on a stair in a shopping centre bus terminal.
He appears to be putting on or removing inline skates when three males walk down the stairs and attack him. One of the males starts by punching the victim, after which a second male kicks the victim and a third male joins in with kicks and punches.
The violent assault happened at the Square One Shopping Centre at approximately Peel Regional Police Const. One has a thin build, a short dark beard and straight black hair, police say. He was wearing a black T-shirt with a red Air Jordan logo and white lettering, black track pants and black shoes.
The second suspect was clean-shaven and wearing a black jacket with a grey horizontal stripe across the chest and a grey vertical stripe along the hood, black track pants, and black shoes, according to police.
The third suspect is described as having a medium build, was unshaven and was wearing a black hoodie with a Nike logo on the front and white lettering along the sleeves, with black track pants and black shoes.
Police are asking anyone with information to contact them at ext.TORONTO – A judge has ruled that the Ontario Superior Court does not have the jurisdiction to hear a proposed class-action lawsuit that accused the Waterloo regional police force of gender-based.
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