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Every person, no matter who it was should be publicly named and experience trial and jail time!!
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Members of Parliament are taking part in an emergency take-note debate in the House of Commons, days after the remains of more than 200 Indigenous children were discovered buried beneath a former residential school in British Columbia. Trudeau told the House of Commons that the children found in Kamloops and others who have “yet to be found in other places across the country, would have been grandparents or great-grandparents.”
By Hannah Jackson Global News
Posted June 1, 2021 8:44 pm
HOW DOES THIS WORK?
Nothing was dug out to CLOSELY examine but they know everyone's age and gender?
This could rake several years to get all the details!!
No DNS tested either...
Even if that information was available, a forensic human identification expert said the community faces further hurdles in finding relevant DNA comparisons to identify the victims where direct descendants are no longer alive. Megan Bassendale, the director of the Vancouver-based company Forensic Guardians International, said the process of DNA analysis takes time.
Bassendale said it may require scientists to test DNA from a mother and father’s family lines to narrow down who the person could be, which is a more complex process.
Absolutely and that takes a lot of time
Awfully sad that many have seen the blunder
But nothing was spoken, I've definitely wonder
"In the ordinary moral universe, the good will do the best they can, the worst will do the worst they can, but if you want to make good people do wicked things, you’ll need religion." - Christopher Hitchens
Church fire on Sipekne'katik First Nation deemed suspicious, say RCMP
RCMP say a fire at St. Kateri Tekakwitha Church on Sipekne'katik First Nation is suspicious.