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characters í PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Stevie Cameron Stevie Cameron turns her renowned analytical eye from the crooks in suits of her previous books to the case of Vancouver's missing women and the man who has been charged with killing 27 of them who if convicted will have the horrific distinction of being the worst serial killer in Canadian historyIt's a shocking story that may not be over anytime soon When the police moved in on Pickton's famous residence the pig farm of Port Couitlam in February 2002 the entire 14 acre area was declared a crime scene the largest one in Canadian history Well over 150 investigators and forensics experts were reuired including 102 anthropology students from across the country called in to sift through the entire farm one shovelful of dirt at a timeA woman who is considered by many to be this country's best investigative journalist Cameron has been. This book is about writing this book There are maybe 50 pages about Pickton and the rest are about things like the author's knee surgery Internet service in Jerusalem and her daughters wedding The book ends with the opening statements of the trial and the rest talks about the publicity ban It is also painfully repetitive Calling it The Pickton File was a massive stretch I'm glad I didn't pay money for this and I am contemplating throwing it out so no one else wastes their time

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characters The Pickton File ä PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free è Stevie Cameron turns her renowned analytical eye from the crooks in suits of her previous books to the case of Vancouver's missing women and the man who has been charged with killing 27 of them who if convicted will have the horrific distinction of being the Thinking about the missing women of Vancouver's Downtown Eastside since 1998 when the occasional newspaper story ran about families and friends of some of the 63 missing women agitating for action and being ignored by police and politicians Robert William Willie Pickton has been on her mind since his arrest that February five years ago for the murders of two of the women Mona Wilson and Sereena Abotsway both drug addicted prostitutes from the impoverished neighbourhood where all the missing women had connectionsLiving half time in Vancouver for the last five years Stevie Cameron has come to know many of the people involved in this case from families of the missing women to the lawyers involved on both sides She writes not only with tireless investigative curiosity but also with enormous compassion for the women who are gone and t. A book that told me nothing I wanted to know How irritating

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The Pickton FileHe ones who still struggle to ply their trade on the Downtown Eastside We had no idea in 2002 how massive the investigation would be We had no notion that the police would sift every inch of dirt on the Pickton farm a process that lasted from the spring of 2002 to late 2004 We did not foresee the broad publication ban that would prevent any word printed or broadcast of what was being said in court in case it influenced a potential juror We couldn't know that there would be by 2006 27 charges of first degree murder against Pickton and that the police would continue to investigate him on suspicion of many other deaths And we didn't know that the police and other personnel involved in the case under threat of ruined careers were forbidden to talk to reporters In blissful ignorance all I could do was begin Excerpt from The Pickton Fi. In my law class we are doing case studies on some of Canada's notorious crimes and my group was assigned the Robert Pickton crimes I first came across Cameron through her book On the Farm which I plan on reading nextDue to the publication bans that were in place at the time of the novel the specifics about the crimes and what happened on the Pickton farm are not available in this novel Instead it is about the background facts of the case leading up to the trial It is about the investigation as well as the people involved in the trials There was also a chapter on Pickton and his life Cameron wrote a very good novel From looking at the reviews and how mixed they were I was a little nervous about this book However I was pleasantly surprised This novel didn't drag at all and I uite enjoyed it although saying that makes me feel a little weird Through out the novel Cameron documents the years that she spent on the case and it is uite obvious that she did a lot of research All of the research really added to novel especially the interviews She was able to get most of the angles of the people involved; the families of the victims the friends of Pickton and the police The dedication that Cameron had towards this novel was uite evidentIf you want information about the investigation and are not so interested in the details of the crimes this is definitely a novel to check out If you are interested in Pickton then this is a good novel to get the legal side of the case because that was a little confusing to me Cameron cleared it all up for me A very well written novel on one of the most horrific crimes in Canadian history