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Officer in charge tells inquest everything possible was done to save B.C. hostage

  • Randy Crosson, a suspect, set a deadline to kill Nona McEwan, with police believing he wanted to die, as RCMP Insp. Blair White stated at a coroner's inquest.
  • White described the difficulty of the March 2019 case where Crosson wouldn't communicate with police, leading to limited information.
  • Police broke into Crosson's home using a robot to gather audio and video, hearing Crosson give a one-hour warning before harming his hostage, prompting the approval of an explosives plan to reach McEwan.
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