The Code of Silence


Part V: There are no witness statements from any correctional officers involved in Soleiman's case that have been made public. And that comes as no surprise to former correctional officer Iosko Assenov. Since leaving his profession as a guard, he has become a whistleblower speaking out against racism, harassment and 'the code of silence' in Ontario's prisons. Yusuf Zine walks through Soleiman's death with Iosko to try to make sense of what we know so far.
Apr 28, 2021
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