Children of the victims of serial killer Robert Pickton have fired a civil lawsuit.
The arrest of the most recently accused serial killer in Winnipeg has renewed the call for a national inquiry to look into the fate of so many murdered and missing Aboriginal women in this country.
With just a few weeks to go until the end of the Missing Women’s Inquiry in Vancouver, key witnesses and family members are taking the stand.
On Monday, APTN National News reported on the former civilian desk clerk Sandy Cameron who took the stand at the Missing Women’s Inquiry.
At the Missing Women’s Inquiry in Vancouver, testimony heated up Monday as the former civilian desk clerk for the Vancouver police department, Sandy Cameron, took the stand.
At the Missing Women’s Inquiry in Vancouver a sister of one of Robert Pickton’s victims took the stand.
The hobbled Missing Women Inquiry continues in Vancouver.
What role, if any, did the Hell’s Angels or police corruption play in the deaths and disappearances of so many women from Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside?
The look of the missing women’s inquiry in Vancouver is about to drastically change.