Toronto Police Constable Forcillo Bail Revoked and Remains Incarcerated
Toronto Constable James Forcillo’s bail has been revoked, and he will remain in custody at a Toronto-area jail while his bail-breach charge of failing to comply with recognizance is before the courts, the Globe and Mail reports. On November, 30, 2017, Julian Falconer was featured in the Global News 640 Radio segment, hosted by Tasha Kheiriddin, commenting on racial profiling in Toronto policing. Falconers LLP represents Sammy Yatim’s mother, Sahar Bahadi, in her civil lawsuit against the Toronto Police and Constable Forcillo.
To listen to Julian Falconer speak click here.
Constable Forcillo shot 18-year-old Sammy Yatim 9 times, killing him in July of 2013 on a Toronto streetcar. On January 25, 2016 Forcillo was found guilty, by a jury, of attempted murder in the shooting of Yatim.
In the News
James Forcillo to begin serving prison sentence after bail revoked Globalnews, December 1, 2017
Const. Forcillo begins serving 6-year sentence CityNews, December 1, 2017
Eventful day for Toronto Police as James Forcillo’s bail is revoked and Human Rights Commission launches inquiry on racial profiling Global News 640 Radio, November 30, 2017
Bail revoked for Constable Forcillo, convicted in Sammy Yatim Shooting The Globe and Mail, November 30, 2017
James Forcillo arrested by Toronto police for allegedly breaching bail terms CBC November 15, 2017
Toronto Constable James Forcillo arrested for allegedly breaching bail terms The Globe and Mail November 15, 2017
Const. James Forcillo arrested for breaching bail terms – SIU CP24, November 15, 2017
CST James Forcillo is Arrested for Breaching Bail Conditions Special Investigations Unit, News Release, November 15, 2017
Appeal trial for Toronto cop convicted in Yatim death begins Monday 680News, October 2, 2017
Const. James Forcillo’s appeal begins in Toronto CP24, October 2, 2017