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Michael de Adder

"It sort of got out of hand," said her son, political cartoonist Michael de Adder.
The illustrations will stand as a haunting reminder of Canada's deadliest mass killing.
It's just too much to explain, so here's a picture.
He said he "wouldn't wish this on anyone" in a statement to the CBC.
'I feel my credibility is on the line.'
Newspaper publisher Brunswick News said the decision has nothing to do with that artwork.
They're accused of trivializing violence against women, and Indigenous women, in particular.