Marlene Bird dies in Saskatchewan hospital

Marlene Bird, the Saskatchewan homeless woman who was beaten then set on fire in 2014, has died three years after the attack.

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18 thoughts on “Marlene Bird dies in Saskatchewan hospital

  1. I admire Marlene Bird, for her courage and determination. I know Marlene, she was my friend here on Earth…and will be in the here after… She was such a good person to me when ever I met up with her… We always left each other with a smile…
    Rest easy now my friend… Thank you for being my friend ✋✝

  2. There’s a typo here. Leslie Black, not Leslie Bird, was the man who attacked Marlene. I am so sorry and so angry she suffered ao much, physically and emotionally. Rest in peace.

  3. I admire Marlene Bird, for her courage and determination. I know Marlene, she was my friend here on Earth…and will be in the here after… She was such a good person to me when ever I met up with her… We always left each other with a smile…
    Rest easy now my friend… Thank you for being my friend ✋✝

  4. There’s a typo here. Leslie Black, not Leslie Bird, was the man who attacked Marlene. I am so sorry and so angry she suffered ao much, physically and emotionally. Rest in peace.

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