Saturday, July 28, 2018

Another Indigenous woman found dead outside Merritt

Cabin Radio is reporting that "A Northwest Territories woman whose body was found by a driver beside a highway in British Columbia has been identified as Brittany Martel. The 27-year-old, from the Hay River reserve, was living in West Kelowna. Her body was discovered on Sunday, some 125 km west by road, on BC’s Highway 5 (the Coquihalla) south of Merritt. A driver discovered Martel’s body while stretching their legs outside their vehicle during traffic created by a collision on the highway."

On July 3rd Global reported that "Last Friday, police issued a report that Brittany Martel, 27, of West Kelowna, hadn’t been heard from since June 14 when she was in Surrey, that her last social media post was June 22 and that her cellphone wasn’t working. At the time, it was believed she was planning to hitchhike to the Northwest Territories. On Tuesday, though, West Kelowna RCMP said that Martel, from Hay River, N.W.T., had been located and is safe and sound." Not.

They put Robert Pickton in jail and women kept dying because he didn't act alone. He wasn't even the prime suspect. He was just an active participant. Last year, Wendy Margaret Carlic, a missing and murdered Indigenous women advocate from Whitehorse, was murdered before she could testify at the new missing women inquiry. The Finian Commission.

1 comment:

  1. "West Kelowna RCMP said that Martel, from Hay River, N.W.T., had been located and is safe and sound".

    It should be interesting to hear their explanation for how someone they say they located safe and sound was in fact found dead by the side of the road. HIGHLY suspicious.

    How much you want to bet they will say "we can't comment on that because it's an ongoing investigation"? Who investigates the investigators?


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