Quesnel RCMP Canada
A recent article when you look at the August 27th, 2015 version regarding the by Reporter Annie Gallant titled “Time to Take Back the Night” concentrated once again upon the issue of Quesnel’s missing and murdered ladies.
In an unpublished page toward editor I experienced written:
“Observer reporter Annie Gallant says in her own article that ‘The message of restore the night time has never been even more poignant in Quesnel than this current year due to the fact community makes to add two even more names on a number of 11 murdered and lacking females.’
In this same article Women’s site Centre administrative coordinator Sheila Norquay is quoted as saying, ‘Men must take a leadership part in altering exactly how various other guys see females and so treat women.’
Both of these statements tend to be unacceptable and deceptive because of the details surrounding the missing ladies in Quesnel and those murdered and lacking across the infamous “Highway of Tears” extending from Prince George west to Smithers along Hwy 16.
In Quesnel there was clearly never ever a more “poignant” time for solving this longstanding concern than straight back sixteen years back when, in September of 1999, 17 year-old Deena Lyn Braem was murdered below in sugar-loaf ball-park in western Quesnel.
The primary reasons why this instance (alongside all the others) ended up being never fixed was considering that the RCMP themselves were complicit in both the murder and its particular subsequent mask.”
Sixteen years have finally passed away since that tragic night whenever both Deena Lyn Braem’s and Lonnie Gabriel Landrud’s fate had been sealed. Deena died needlessly together with Lonnie Landrud maybe not been a cigarette-smoker in need of a puff his life may have finished up taking an entirely different path from what it performed as a result of ultimately terrible scene that he witnessed.
On approach to purchase some smokes Lonnie chose to just take a brief slice from trailer park where he had been remaining and walk over towards local 7/11 store never thinking that on his way through the park he'd stumbled upon a gruesome murder scene that is haunted, tormented and endangered their life since.