Indigenous Peoples’ long-floundering sense of faith in Canada’s justice system died of racism in Saskatchewan on Friday, ending decades of cynicism.
It was 151-years-old.
Reconciliation is also said to be in critical condition following the racism, which took place in a North Battleford courtroom.
Many people took to social media to express their outrage at the death of the sense of justice for Indigenous Peoples, though many more said that it sadly came as no surprise.
In lieu of thoughts and prayers, mourners have asked Canadians to actually f—ing do something concrete.