COMMONS - Invisible Victims: How Police Botched The Robert Pickton Case
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COMMONS – Invisible Victims: How Police Botched The Robert Pickton Case
Over the holidays, CANADALAND is presenting the best work across our network. Here's a recent episode of COMMONS about Robert Pickton, marginalized communities and police accountability.
December 24, 2017

“If the police don’t want you to see a file, you’re never gonna know it exists.”

Lorimer Shenher, author of That Lonely Section of Hell: The Botched Investigation of a Serial Killer Who Almost Got Away, talks about his time with the Vancouver police, where he investigated Robert Pickton.

This is part one of a two-part series on police accountability.

 

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