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Manitoba RCMP: No Charges After 4 Indigenous Boys Switched At Birth - Huffington Post Canada

NORWAY HOUSE, Man. — The families of four men who were switched at birth and sent home with the wrong parents from a northern Manitoba hospital in 1975 said they were left with more questions than answers Thursday after reviews by the RCMP and Health ...and more »

No criminal wrongdoing in switched-at-birth cases, Manitoba RCMP say - CBC.ca

Manitoba RCMP have found no evidence of criminal wrongdoing after investigating two cases where babies were switched at birth in the same year at the same northern Manitoba hospital. Norman Barkman, Luke Monias, Leon Swanson and David Tait Jr. — all ...and more »

RCMP complete investigation into northern Manitoba babies switched at birth - Globalnews.ca

One year after a second set of men made an emotional plea for answers after learning they were switched at birth, the RCMP has concluded nothing criminal occurred. In an email statement Thursday the RCMP said it had completed its investigation into the ...and more »

No crime committed when Indigenous men switched at birth: Manitoba RCMP - CTV News

NORWAY HOUSE, Man. -- The families of four men who were switched at birth and sent home from a northern Manitoba hospital with the wrong parents said they were left with more questions than answers Thursday after reviews by the RCMP and Health Canada ...and more »

RCMP find no crimes committed with men switched at birth in Norway House - APTN News

The RCMP in Manitoba say it has wrapped up its investigation into men switched at birth at the Norway House Indian Hospital and found no criminal wrongdoing. Investigators reviewed medical records and interview family and hospital employees but couldn ...and more »

Four men switched at birth by accident, not a crime say RCMP - Winnipeg Free Press

Hey there, time traveller! This article was published 31/8/2017 (228 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current. No crime was committed when four Manitoba men were switched at birth in the 1970s at a northern hospital for status Indians ...and more »