One year later: Widow talks about healing after the death of Edmonton officer
Howard Alexander - News Editor
Claire Woodall, widow of Edmonton police Const. Dan Woodall, speaks with media on the anniversary of her husband's shooting death, in Edmonton Alta, on Monday June 6, 2016. Const. Dan Woodall a 35-year-old Edmonton Police Service officer in the hate crimes unit, was shot to death in a southwest Edmonton suburb in June of 2015.
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June 06, 2016 - 11:30 AM
EDMONTON - The widow of an Edmonton police officer killed one year ago says she's thankful people continue to support her.
Claire Woodall says she won't be moving back to England to be with family.
She says Edmonton has become even more of a home for her and her two young sons since the death of her husband.
Const. Daniel Woodall, who was 35, was shot while trying to serve an arrest warrant on June 8.
Norman Raddatz, a 42-year-old refrigerator repairman, was being investigated for anti-Semitic bullying when officers showed up at his home and he started shooting through the front door.
The shooting remains under investigation and Claire Woodall says she still has questions about what happened.
News from © The Canadian Press, 2016