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Delores Schilling @DelSchilling
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I Hope People Take The Time to Read this and See the Deep Systemic Nature that Makes Justice Unattainable:

Police say dozens of Indigenous women died with 'no foul play,' but families doubt it -…
Police Say "No Foul Play"

"Not Suspicious"

In the 32 Cases Below, These Facts Beg to Be Investigated, Yet... They Haven't Been...

This is Not Isolated. This is Common.

Clive Weighill, president of the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police, acknowledges that some investigations have not been done properly.…
The body of Patricia Carpenter, 14, was found wedged head-first into a hole on a construction site. Toronto police determined there was no foul play in connection with her death.

Tanya Hill, 28 found to have died of acute alcohol poisoning by Ontario coroner. Autopsy revealed signs of trauma.

"her reportedly abusive partner came to the Hamilton police station and appeared to be "confessing" to her murder. He was never charged."…
Nadine Machiskinic

Regina police admit errors in their investigation of the death of Nadine Machiskinic, 29 and have apologized to her family.

Machiskinic fell 10 storeys down a laundry chute at Regina’s Delta Hotel.…
Angela Carmen Pitseolak Meyer 22,

She was last seen in Yellowknife on Nov. 27, 2010. The Yellowknife RCMP is investigating the missing persons case, but her family wonders why it took a month for officers to conduct an air search.…
Charlene Catholique, 15

Disappeared from Behchoko, N.W.T., on July 22, 1990.
On June 9, 2017, Supreme Court issued order Charlene Presumed dead.
RCMP says case is open and active;
family members said they last spoke with police about her around 2008.…
Chantelle Alice Rose Bushie, 16,

On Dec. 1, 2007 Chantelle was seen for the last time in Grande Prairie, Alberta.
Investigators last contacted Chantelle’s family in 2012.

“No one ever calls me about Chantelle,” said her mother, Vivian Bushie…
Savannah Hall, 3

The toddler, who was living in foster care, was in a coma, had massive brain swelling, hypothermia and multiple bruises. She died two days later.
In 2007, a coroner’s inquest concluded that Savannah’s death was a homicide, Yet NO CHARGES!…
I Can Go On and ON and ON and ON! and ON!

We Do Show After Show, and Hear the Screams of Mothers and Family Members.

There Was a Show where, The Pain was So Deep, All we Could do was Cry. No Words. Just A Mothers Scream and Vincent and I Crying.
All I Want is For People to Hear and See and Listen and CARE.

I Don't Want to Take anything away From Other People that Go Missing and Are Killed. I Want Indigenous People To Mean Just as Much.

I Want People to Stop Dismissing Us When We Grieve.
I Just wanted to Post this...

This is a Response to me Tweeting about Not Dismissing us When we Grieve...
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