Canada stabbings: One of two suspects found dead
In the aftermath of the stabbings in Saskatchewan, Canada, one of the two wanted brothers was found dead. The second suspect in this killing is still escaping.
Damien Sanderson, one of the suspects in a mass stabbing in Saskatchewan, Canada, that left 10 dead and 18 injured, was found dead Monday morning.
Damien Sanderson, 31, was found dead in a grassy area in the Aboriginal community where the murders took place, near a house being inspected, said Rhonda Blackmore, deputy commissioner of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police of Canada (RCMP).
At a press conference on Monday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he spoke with Cree Nation leaders James Smith and his Saskatchewan counterpart, Scott Moe, "to emphasize that the federal government will continue to be there with the necessary resources”.
Mr. Trudeau also said that “the flags of the federal buildings in Saskatchewan were lowered, and that the flag of the Peace Tower in Ottawa was also lowered” as a sign of solidarity.