The Senegalese Embassy in Ottawa has come to the defence of one of its diplomats allegedly beaten by police in Quebec, characterizing a provincial rental board ruling against her as one-sided and asserting media coverage of the case has distracted from harms she purportedly faced.
The embassy released a statement on Twitter on Friday questioning media reports based on court documents ordering Niang Oumou Kalsoum Sall to pay a former landlord more than $45,000 for damage to a furnished home she occupied from Nov. 1, 2018, to Oct. 31, 2020.
“It was noted that media reported false and shocking information on her,” the release stated.
“However, the interested party was a victim in her home of inadmissible police brutality, in the presence of her underage children, including one with special needs.”…
Source: The Epoch Times