Chantel Moore

Chantel & Gracie Moore
Chantel Moore, 26, was killed by an RCMP officer during a "wellness check" soon after she relocated to New Brunswick from Vancouver Island.   CBC News, June 4, 2020 (Yvette Brend)[1]

Chantel Moore, 26, was shot four times by RCMP Cst. Jeremy Son on the morning of June 4, 2020, during a "wellness check," soon after relocation to New Brunswick from Vancouver Island. She died at the scene.[1][2][3]

Chantel was the first cousin of Lisa Marie Young; they share the same grandfather: Tla-o-qui-aht Chief Moses Martin.[1] Two of Moses' granddaughters have died by murder.[4][5]

RCMP officer who shot Chantel
RCMP Cst. Jeremy Son, who shot Chantel Moore four times, arrives at the coroner's inquest.   Global News, May 19, 2022 (Karla Renić)[2]

The jury in New Brunswick's coroner's inquest into the fatal shooting of Chantel ruled her death a homicide.[2]

Chantel was murdered within days after initial release of Island Crime, a comprehensive 15‑episode (10‑hour) podcast about Lisa's "disappearance".[6]

More information: Wikipedia: Killing of Chantel Moore

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