Family seeks return of Cindy Gladue’s remains from Alberta medical examiner’s office – CBC

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Family seeks return of Cindy Gladue’s remains from Alberta medical examiner’s office – CBC

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Feb 26, 2021

The family of Cindy Gladue, a 36 year-old Cree-Métis woman whose killer was found guilty last week, wants Alberta’s Office of the Chief Medical Examiner to return her remains so they can lay her to rest.

Gladue, a mother of three daughters who now have children of their own, was found dead in an Edmonton hotel room in 2011.

It took two trials and 10 years to convict her killer Bradley Barton, who was found guilty of manslaughter by a jury on Feb. 19.

Gladue’s family has written to the province’s chief medical examiner to return the part of her body used as evidence during the first trial of Barton, a chain-smoking, Mississauga, Ont., truck driver, who was initially found not guilty by a jury of first-degree murder and manslaughter charges in 2015.

Read More: https://www.cbc.ca/news/indigenous/gladue-medical-repatriation-1.5928803

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