Families of missing, murdered indigenous women want action beyond national inquiry

 


Lorelei Williams left the first roundtable on missing and murdered indigenous women in tears after family members who had lost loved ones fought to be one of four people allowed to speak.

The British Columbia woman, whose aunt disappeared in 1978 and whose cousin's remains were found on the farm of convicted killer Robert Pickton, says she felt revictimized by the experience.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/aboriginal/beyond-the-missing-murdered-indigenous-women-mmiw-inquiry-1.3460945


 

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