Missing Women's Inquiry a "fiasco," says lawyer for families of victims

With the Missing Women’s Inquiry wrapping up soon, there is a rush to get all the testimony in.

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With the Missing Women’s Inquiry wrapping up soon, there is a rush to get all the testimony in.

Witnesses have been testifying in panel form and lawyers have been severely restricted with times allotted for cross-examination.

On the stand Wednesday were three retired Vancouver police officers with a combined experience of 15 years working on the Pickton case.

The victims’ family lawyer was granted an hour and a half to ask his questions.

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1 thought on “Missing Women's Inquiry a "fiasco," says lawyer for families of victims

  1. Cpl. Catherine Galliford, who was the RCMP spokeswoman on
    the Air India and Pickton investigations, said police could have obtained a
    search warrant for convicted serial killer Robert Pickton *****YEARS before
    they arrested the B.C. pig farmer.

     

    “Pickton was seen as priority for both Coquitlam RCMP
    and the VPD but neither agency concluded their investigation and neither agency
    communicated with each other post September 1999,” wrote Evans.

     

    http://www.ctvbc.ctv.ca/servlet/an/local/CTVNews/20111125/bc_galliford_testify_pickton_inquiry_111125/20111125?hub=BritishColumbiaHome

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