Mountie recounts chaotic moments arresting James Smith Cree Nation mass killer Myles Sanderson

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As he tried to put mass killer Myles Sanderson in the back of a police cruiser, the arresting RCMP constable felt the mass killer’s body stop, tense up and start to shake.

“I could see it in his eyes, they were rolling in the back of his head. From my past experiences, I knew that he was dying,” Const. Bill Rowley told the jury at a public coroner’s inquest in Saskatoon on Wednesday.

On Sept. 4, Sanderson killed 11 people — 10 from his home community of James Smith Cree Nation and another from the nearby

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