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    On The Farm

    On The Farm is the story of Vancouver's missing women and Willie Pickton.

    I highly recommend the book (by Stevie Cameron. 800 pages).

    Who knew the VPD Missing Persons department consistd of one man, who spent most of his time practising for the pipe band, and who was later charged and convicted of downloading child porn?

    Who knew Pickton was found NOT guilty of first degree murder?

    Who knew the judge didn't allow almost any information about Pickton's prior behaviour to be heard by the jury?

    Who knew how incompetent and indifferent the VPD was towards drug addicts and prostitute?

    Who kew he was only tried for 6 murders, and the rest were forgotten?

    A great, disturbing book that will infuriate anyone with a sense of justice.
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    Thanks for the sum up of the book. So many things went wrong with that investigation. May Pickton wroth in HELL.
    When you are dead, you do not know that you are dead.
    It is the same way when you are stupid.

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    https://www.scribd.com/document/1036...August-16-2012

    this is a link to the "wouldn't piss on them if they were on fire" report....by the lawyer representing DTES org's during the inquiry here....the title is a direct quote from the police chief of the time

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    Incompetent and indifferent towards drug addicts and prostitutes?
    .....I regularly dint care about drug addicts. They cease to be human in my eyes and should be treated like animals -this is because they are merely going off their instinct to procure drugs at any cost, so you can't trust them to act like a rational human. You have to treat them like a wild animal.
    The prostitute part? ....well if they are selling sex to get drugs then they are drug addicts first and foremost.


    The missings persons department being one child porn dude - ....makes you wonder why we even bother paying taxes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrman848 View Post
    .....I regularly dint care about drug addicts. They cease to be human in my eyes and should be treated like animals -this is because they are merely going off their instinct to procure drugs at any cost, so you can't trust them to act like a rational human. You have to treat them like a wild animal.
    The prostitute part? ....well if they are selling sex to get drugs then they are drug addicts first and foremost.
    I'm not sure if you're quoting this from somewhere or if this is your original statement.

    If it is the latter, then you'd be in agreement that everything you have you fairly earned through your own hard work?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrman848 View Post
    Incompetent and indifferent towards drug addicts and prostitutes?
    .....I regularly dint care about drug addicts. They cease to be human in my eyes and should be treated like animals -this is because they are merely going off their instinct to procure drugs at any cost, so you can't trust them to act like a rational human. You have to treat them like a wild animal.
    The prostitute part? ....well if they are selling sex to get drugs then they are drug addicts first and foremost.


    The missings persons department being one child porn dude - ....makes you wonder why we even bother paying taxes.
    I see........you've not considered the complexities of each individual, or what perhaps they may have gone through on their path to street drugs.
    You do not know their story......some are just losers, but not wild animals....others have scars within them, that you could never fathom in your darkest hour.
    Some deal with their scars by picking up a rifle, some carry on and deal with it, others can't, and seek a release, it is those people that a predator will track and find....they become victims, and a statistic.
    They also become the forgotten.

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