Girls’ keep working streets despite serial predator warning – CBC

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Girls’ keep working streets despite serial predator warning – CBC

by ahnationtalk on August 5, 2015191 Views

‘I’m not scared of what’s going to happen,’ says sex trade worker whose sister was murdered

Aug 04, 2015

Chantelle walks the same streets her sister used to walk, head held high, determined to turn another $20 trick, then kick her crack addiction and figure out how to get a roof over her head.

Determined as well, on this July night, to never forget her sister Edna Bernard – a mother of six who was strangled, lit on fire, then dumped in a farmer’s field near Leduc in 2002.

Her sister’s remains were among five bodies found since that year within an eight-kilometre radius, something that last week prompted the RCMP to say they’re looking for a “serial predator.” Police identified the other victims as Katie Ballantyne, Delores Brower, Amber Tuccaro and Corrie Ottenbreit, the latter the most recent to be discovered after disappearing in 2004.

Read More: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/edmonton/girls-keep-working-streets-despite-serial-predator-warning-1.3177860

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