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This is the Family of Eishia Hudson,

My daughter was a 16-year-old Indigenous girl who was murdered by a Winnipeg police officer on April 8, 2020. We are currently seeking financial support towards our legal funds following the recent decision by the Independent Investigation Unit (IIU) in the murder of my daughter by a Winnipeg Police officer. The officer was let off, with no charges or penalties. The officer was not required to be interviewed for the investigation despite his statement after the killing
contradicting video evidence. The IIU is led by a former Crown prosecutor and mostly staffed by former police officers. The use of force report, which has not been released to the public, was also written by someone with “an extensive background in law enforcement.” With this decision, our family is going forward with a inquest and is also calling out for a public inquiry to be called by the province. We demand change within the IIU and the Winnipeg Police Service on how they handle oversight of investigations involving law enforcement towards BIPOC communities.

We ask for you to stand with us in solidarity and to help support us!
My daughter Eishia was a young girl who should have had a long life ahead of her, and within seconds that officer put an end to that. Eishia had a strong bright smile that could lighten a room, she had a contagious laugh, and she was loved by everybody. She was very athletic, loving hockey and basketball. She was very ambitious when it came to the court. She was very creative and artistic. Eishia loved to learn new things, take on projects, and worked hard to
succeed. Eishia was a great aunty; she loved spending time with her nieces and nephew, and it made her smile just seeing the smile on their faces. She was a Daughter, a granddaughter, a sister, an aunty, a cousin, a loyal person, a friend and so much more.

Please help us with anything you can in our fight for justice. We thank you all for everything you’re doing and have done. If you have attended her vigils and/or rallies we've put together in our fight for justice and change regarding police brutality towards the BIPOC community, if you
have supported us in person or through social media, everything and anything is very well appreciated! We will continue this fight together! Stay loud and stand strong!

Thank you,
The Family Of Eishia Hudson

Twitter: @justice4eishia

Email / Interac etransfer: [email redacted]


William Hudson
Winnipeg, MB

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