Wednesday, August 3, 2016

New Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Inquirey



CBC is reporting that Five new commissioners have been chosen for a new Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Inquiry and that B.C.'s 1st female First Nations judge will lead the national inquiry. Let's hope it's better than the last one and not more smoke and mirrors.

I'm not sure how this relates to the Dianne Rock story and the Pickton Farm since many of those murdered women weren't First Nations. Many were. I certainly hope non native women won't be excluded from this inquiry. I don't know if Janice Shore was First Nations but I do know the First Nation Elders held a vigil for her on the site in Whalley she was found brutally beaten into a coma.

We need to reexamine the Pickton Farm since Willy was convicted based on the fact that he was not the only participant nor was he the prime suspect, just a willing participant. Dianne Rock being gang raped on the Pickton farm clearly implicates more than one suspect. I wonder if this inquiry will tell us which off duty police officers attended parties at Piggy's Palace. It would be very interesting to hear how Jim Brown fits into that picture.

Finian Commission uncovers the Pickton cover up

2 comments:

  1. I doubt very much if the inquiry will deal with the Pickton issue. It is a national inquiry into the murdered/missing First Nations women and there are over a thousand of them. The inquiry may touch on the First Nation's victims at the Pickton farm, but go into it in depth, not enough time, not their focus.

    The Pickton farm thing is over and done with. Even if some one had the whole truth, the media in Canada simply would not distribute it.

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    1. Sadly I think you are right. Given that it is a National inquiry not a Provincial one I think the Pickton fraud is dead and buried.

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