Tag: Tanya Nepinak

Detective Thane Chartrand (Photo JGJ)
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Life Behind the Blue Wall – An Exit Interview

You hear a lot about the “thin blue line.” The media often paints an ugly picture of it by attaching negative stereotypes and connotations to the term using it in conjunction with alleged police cover ups, secrecy and criminality. People in Law Enforcement see it a different way. The “thin […]

“Politicized Butchery”- The Indigenous Experience in Manitoba
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“Politicized Butchery”- The Indigenous Experience in Manitoba

“Politicized butchery,” or an issue all Manitobans should be concerned about? That’s the question. I recently read an article published in the Winnipeg Free Press titled, “Aunt of sisters charged with murder chronicles family’s painful past.” (Author – Alexandra Paul) The story is a tragic account of one woman’s experience living in a […]

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WHAT ABOUT TANYA NEPINAK ? – Crime Reporter Seeks Clarity in Serial Killer Murder Investigation

Investigative reporter James Turner has become a journalistic force to be reckoned with on the Manitoba crime scene. While I don’t always agree with his point of view, I appreciate the insatiable appetite he has for all things related to crime, punishment and justice.  He not only has the innate […]

TANYA NEPINAK (POLICE HANDOUT)
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TANYA NEPINAK – In Search of Justice

The search for justice for family members of Tanya Nepinak took a major set back today. The news just broke that charges against Shawn Lamb have been stayed in connection with the murder of Nepinak. I wrote a story this morning that I planned on publishing tomorrow examining the nuances […]