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Sister Warriors fight for victims – St. Albert Gazette

by ahnationtalk on April 20, 2015396 Views

Apr 18, 2015

Brittany Badrock grew up thinking nobody cared about her mother’s missing cousin because she was a Cree. The young woman, 20, just vanished one day. Police expected she ran away.

They did not bother looking for her, says Badrock. But they did find her remains. Her mother’s cousin was one of many, often aboriginal women, whose bones and bodies were discovered at a Port Coquitlam pig farm in British Columbia. She was murdered by one of Canada’ most notorious serial killers, Robert Pickton.

Badrock, now also in her early 20s, never met her mother’s cousin. But she grew up with her family’s despair over the disappearance.

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