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Janice Shore - Didn't Die In Vain - Ministry of Tears (Feb 11, 2014)

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Published on Feb 12, 2014

Local residents over a 4 day period pray for the loss of the life of a woman who was murdered in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada in part because of being poor.

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I know the mayor doesn't like to admit Surrey has crime any more. I know the mayor is very concerned about her political future and spends a great deal of time and money trying to convince the media she is the best thing since sliced bread. I used to think so. Until I saw her for the bully she really is.

Bill Fordy is also deeply concerned with his political aspirations just like Peter Fassbender. The police were pretty adamant that Janice was not found bound to a tree when they found her and went to great efforts to down play that claim as well as the sexual assault claim. They said they had no evidence to support those claims. Yet that is not entirely true. They had the witness' testimony who found the body. In a court of law, a witness gives testimony and that becomes evidence. I submit that the police do have some evidence that would suggest she was raped and bound to the tree. It is quite feasible the person who found her untied her before the police arrived.

Either way, these claims do not diminish the horrific nature of the assault. The other claim which I don't think the police dispute is that the assailant scratched her eyes out. I can't remember seeing her eyes in the hospital. They were closed because she was unconscious. If that is true, if her eyes really were poked out, we need to remember that as we look for suspects and search our souls trying to define what a rat really is if we consider protecting them.

If you know anything about Janice Shore's murder contact IHIT at 1 - 877 - 551 - 4448

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"When you have a situation where there has been a tragic death, a violent death, we have to ask ourselves how [we can] prevent that happening from again," City Councillor Barinder Rasode tells News1130.

"As a city, we just want to make sure the resources that are available to vulnerable residents was made available and was done so in an appropriate fashion."

Jonquil Hallgate is the Executive Director of the Surrey Urban Mission, where Shore used to turn up from time to time. She wants to see the RCMP continue to build trust with people who live in the community.

"A couple of women came in and reported that a similar thing had happened to them, not to the same extent that Janice was injured obviously, but they chose not to report it," says Hallgate. "They felt that because of their lifestyle, [they would have been treated differently than] someone who was living in a middle class neighbourhood."
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