Families threaten anti-Inquiry coalitions with court action

Marlene Jack is threatening court action against the anti-inquiry coalitions to keep the Murdered and Missing Women and Girls Inquiry on track.

Investigative Reporter / Winnipeg

Award-winning reporter Kathleen Martens covers western and northern Canada for aptnnews.ca. A veteran of the Brandon Sun, Sun Media and APTN Investigates, she is based in APTN’s head office, specializing in stories about property, women’s rights and community.


4 thoughts on “Families threaten anti-Inquiry coalitions with court action

  1. Keep up the work your doing don’t let negative people slow your hearings the Inquiry is so important .From time to time a learned Elder man should be added to the Inquiry certainly not to dominate but fo keep everyone focused .as it gets off track at times. Do the job you have to do in memory of the murdered and missing to get closure for families and friends. Certainly lay.blame where it should be and expose this who did not do there jobs.

  2. i commented that my sister is the missing jack family out of prince george bc .. think it mixed up earlier in this story .. doreen jack . ronald jack . russell jack . ryan jack .. still missing since aug 2 1989

  3. Perhaps looking into the Inquiry staff and Commissioners as this may be a plot to silence family voices. The Commissioners even after concerns were given of the actions NFAC members, they were supported and defended by NI Commissioners.

  4. These two women are members of the National Family Advisory Circle (NFAC) were appointedCommissioners. The two women in this article have viciously criticised family members on social media.

    Their actions including their statements causes further trauma to families.

    NFAC members have stated explicitly that “they represent themselves and their families only”. Yet under the guise of families interests they cause harm intentionally, even further than they have.

    I have the social media posts of these two women and other Inquiry staff and NFAC members attacking family members who have questions and concerns about the Inquiry.

    Sad some just keep seeking attention.

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