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Bonnie Fournier 'Missing Women's Commission of Inquiry' Testimony 2 Part I

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Retired Registered Psychiatric nurse Bonnie Fournier speaks candidly about the Missing Women’s inquiry that had just wrapped up in Vancouver, British Columbia. Fournier talks about possible final recommendations that Commissioner Wally Oppal might bring forward, as well as opening up about what it was like to have worked on the streets of the downtown eastside (dtes), knowing Robert Pickton’s murder victim’s, being invited to offer testimony at the Missing Women’s Inquiry, and then being told she was no longer needed. Fournier talks about Coquitlam RCMP Constable Jim Brown’s implications of pornography featuring scenes of violence toward women treatment of women. Other topics such as living conditions of people living in the dtes and survival sex workers, police conduct, and compassionate care for people suffering from drug addictions.
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