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Robert pickton

Robert "Willie" Pickton admitted to killing 49 women.
"For him, now, to write about whatever happened or didn’t happen and then throw in Biblical sayings for good measure, I think, is disturbing."
"It’s a very important story, a really necessary story. It has to be told."
Friends and family members will gather in Winnipeg and Ottawa today to call for a national inquiry into the hundreds of missing
The province and Vancouver are poised to settle their portion of a lawsuit with 13 children whose mothers' DNA was found
What if there was a killer out there whose job was to destroy other killers? Such a scenario is brought to the big screen
What is most needed to solve cases of missing and murdered women, and protect others from becoming victims, is information. Canada is long overdue in setting up a national DNA database for missing persons and unidentified human remains, she says. Canadian police forces need to better share information with the public that could help break cases and find missing women.
The family of Cara Ellis, a victim of serial killer Robert Pickton, is accusing a former senior coroner of misplacing some
A permanent memorial for the victims of serial killer Robert Pickton is one step closer to reality. The carved cedar pole
The chair of the advisory committee on the safety and security of vulnerable women, former B.C. Lieutenant-Governer Steven