makaryo.net Following a ‘community explanation’, Saskatoon police took to social media to explain their decision Nov. 5 to end charges in the death of 23-year-old Hodan Hashi at a nightclub. Saskatoon Police (SPS) said in a post on its social media account on Wednesday that the video of Hashi’s death “is going viral on social media,” citing conversations between people who saw the footage on cellphones.
Video footage shows the fight between 22-year-old Paige Therio-Fischer and Hassi. One of the images shows Hasashi bleeding profusely as he is beaten. Following an initial investigation, a 22-year-old woman was arrested for second-degree murder, SPS said in a news release.
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As the investigation continues and officers are able to view video from multiple locations and interview witnesses, the evidence supports the allegations of murder. “To protect the integrity of this investigation, we cannot provide any further details about the value of the evidence against the defendant.”
Saskatoon police are in regular contact with the families of the victims and continue to provide assistance through Victim Services, the statement said. Therault Fisher is charged with murder in the death of Hodan Hashi, 23, at Lit Nightclub, located above Crazy Cactus.
Police said they were called to the nightclub at 2:40 a.m. on November 11. 5 to report that the woman was suffering “severe injuries”.
Police and paramedics tried to revive him, but police said he died.
Thériault-Fisher was arrested at the club. He was initially charged with murder, but the charge was reduced to manslaughter.
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“As the investigation continues, police officers are constantly reviewing the information they gather,” a Saskatoon police spokesperson told CTV News on Monday. “In this case, it means tariff changes.”
Police said Teriolt-Fischer and the victim knew each other.
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Police are requesting cellphone video to help with the investigation. Theriault-Fisher wore a white coat and glasses for her first appearance in Saskatoon County Court. The Crown opposed his release. He is expected back in court Thursday for a sentencing hearing. Hashi’s family started a GoFundMe page to help cover the cost of transporting his remains to Ottawa.
“The violent loss of our sister, daughter and nephew Hodan Hashi is incredible,” the financial statement said. “He was a kind, gentle and generous soul who would give his shirt to anyone. Many people loved him and were ready to show the love he gave to the world,” said the fundraiser.