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Newly released book "Just Another Indian, A Serial Killer and Canada's Indifference" by Warren Goulding   

In Canada, some lives are worth more than others. That’s the premise of Goulding’s book, Just Another Indian – A Serial Killer and Canada’s Indifference, published by Fifth House and due on book-store shelves next month.

Author: Warren Goulding, "Just Another Indian, A Serial Killer and Canada's Indifference."

On the surface, it’s a true-crime story of a low-life predator and his victimization of the bottom strata in Canada’s social pecking order – aboriginal prostitutes. But beneath the prurient detail lies a stinging indictment of greater Canadian society, police and the mainstream media.

In the book, Goulding claims that at least 450 aboriginal women have vanished in Western Canada and no one’s looking for them.

"It’s a huge number. Nobody really knows how many are out there," he said.

Goulding said he knows of cases in which aboriginal families, desperate to find their missing daughter or sister, approach the media and police for help, but are virtually ignored. They’re forced to generate their own publicity and conduct their own searches, which usually is limited to stapling hundreds of posters to telephone poles.

A story that no one wanted told - Sept 30, 2005

JUST ANOTHER INDIAN
A Serial Killer and Canada's Indifference

SEE Magazine: http://www.seemagazine.com/Issues/2001/0315/news1.htm

Serial killer who roamed Saskatoon met with indifference by police, media-Nov 29, 2003

 

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Updated: August 21, 2016