SUN NEWS VIDEO EXCLUSIVE - High River resident outraged over RCMP actions


High River resident Cam Fleury believes his house, which was not at all flooded or in a flood zone, was targeted by the RCMP.

Upon returning to his home, he found a door kicked in, and it appears a gun safe in his closet was touched, though not opened.

Fleury's neighbours were not so lucky, as their front door was ripped completely off its hinges, and was found lying in the yard.

Sun News paid a visit to Cam Fleury's home to view the damage.

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