A not-guilty verdict in a high-profile criminal case on the Prairies is causing waves of anger and grief in B.C.
Saskatchewan farmer Gerald Stanley was acquitted by a jury in the August 2016 shooting death of a young Indigenous man, Colton Boushie, who had driven onto his property.
As Stanley left the Battleford court room, outraged people in the gallery called him a murderer.
Boushie family members expressed their horror in interviews with the media.
Vancouverites who are angry about the decision will hold a "Justice for Colten Boushie Rally" at 12:30 p.m. on Saturday (February 10) on the CBC plaza (700 Hamilton Street).
It's part of a National Day of Action for Colten Boushee, which will include events in cities and towns across the country.
B.C.'s former advocate for children and youth, Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond, is a former Saskatchewan judge.
After the verdict was announced, she wrote the following sentence on Twitter: "When injustice becomes law, resistance becomes duty."
#JusticeForColten is also the top-trending hashtag on Twitter in Vancouver as of this writing.
Below, you can see some of the messages being passed around over social media.