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Degree Murder: Cent and Colten Boushie

degree murder: Thirty per cent of respondents said the jury's decision was good and fair, while 32 per cent said it was flawed and wrong, and 38 per cent said they are unsure, according to CTV. Stanley was found not guilty after being charged with second degree murder in the shooting death of 22-year-old Colten Boushie, a resident of the Red Pheasant First Nation, in August 2016. The survey also suggests Canadians are divided when it comes to the trial's outcome. The decision sparked a widespread outcry, including an assertion from the prime minister that Canada can and must do better a statement that the poll also asked respondents about. The survey shows divisions in opinions on the verdict along geographic, gender, age and racial lines. Angus Reid surveyed 2,501 Canadian adults online from Feb. 15 to 19, 2018, and while margin of errors can't be calculated for online surveys, it said a probability sample of this size with this sample plan would carry a margin of error of plus or minus 2.5 percentage points, 19 times out of 20. ( As reported in the news.