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No missing women’s book, say police

WebPosted Apr 23 2003 11:02 AM PDT

CBC British Columbia

VANCOUVER - Vancouver Police deny that an officer investigating the Downtown Eastside missing women's case is writing a book about it.

The Globe and Mail reported on Wednesday that Detective Lorie Shenher is writing a book about the missing women.

Some of the families of the women who went missing said they felt betrayed by the news.

Rick Frey, whose daughter's DNA was found at the Pickton pig farm, said he was planning to contact his lawyer to block any such book.

However, VPD spokesperson, Constable Anne Drennan, says Shenher denies she is writing or planning a book about the case.

Robert William Pickton is charged with 15 counts of first degree murder in the disappearances of women from Vancouver's Downtown Eastside.

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CBC NEWS Vancouver

VPD says there is no book on Vancouver's missing women case

CKNW News

Apr 23 - 10:47:00AM

VANCOUVER (CKNW/AM980) -- Contrary to some reports, a Vancouver police detective involved in the early stages of the missing women investigation, is not writing a book about the tragedy.

Speaking on behalf of Detective Lori Shenher, Vancouver Police spokesperson Constable Anne Drennan says the detective has written in the past but not on anything in this investigation and has no plans to do so in the future.

Drennan says Shenher is currently on maternity leave and has not been involved in the Missing Women's case since the search of the Pickton pig farm began more than a year ago.

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CKNW NEWS

Book on missing women betrays trust, families say-Apr 23, 2003

News articles with former lead Detective Lori Shenher-2003

 

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