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When are you going to speak with Mr. Annett?
To be clear, the traumatized, the beaten, the effected will not be healed by argument and studied, pedantic discussion from anyone on this thread or Social Services.
Originally posted by silo13
Later this month, officials from the Missing Women Commission of Inquiry, which was formed to look into police misconduct involving Canada’s most prolific serial killer Robert Pickton, plan to visit four northern cities to gather information about the disappearances and murders. Some say it is too little too late, and are calling for a separate inquiry into the RCMP’s handling of the highway murders and disappearances.
Mary Teegee, the director of child and family services for Carrier Sekani Family Services, said that police have made efforts, but they still need to step it up. “There is a long history where people have felt they can’t trust the RCMP,” she said. “We haven’t felt supported and there is a long way to go. With this case they have made efforts. There have been baby steps made.”
Highway of Vanishing Women
2) Imagine how shocked I was to find my husbands mother listed as a murdered victim (killed at age 14 in a residential school. She is very much alive - though not in a great place - she suffers from extreme alcoholism/drug abuse).
(There was a mix up in spelling between the names, but, it still brings up questions of the many people in that area that are not documented. I'll refine this question later)