We've repeatedly read the mothers take on how the cops allegedly treated her ... but considering she's also painting Coulton as an optimistic saint of the family, and the First Nations hope for the future ... I'm not so sure I'd be willing to take what I read from her at face value.
I'm sure she loved her son, and a human life was lost ... but there are an awful lot of folks with a serious agenda trying to control the narrative in this story ... and there are a lot of Boushie supporters who very conveniently omit any discussion of what Boushie and his friends were doing on Stanley's ranch in the first place.
It's not like this was some random "walk-up" shooting that took place in the nearest town ... this was an accidental shooting that took place during the course of a violent attempted robbery on private property.
The only reason the accidental shooting occurred is because Stanley caught Boushie and his friends in the middle of that attempted robbery ... the MOST important part of the entire narrative, and one which the jury obviously agreed with.
All actions have associated consequences, a fact that the thieves in the car either choose to overlook, or weren't taught by their parents.
As a result, tragedy ensued ... as it very often does when you try to steal something from somebody who is obviously not going to stand by and allow that to happen.