Serial killer Robert Pickton should be charged with killing six more women who disappeared from B.C., RCMP said yesterday.
“We’re in the process of sending a report to Crown counsel for their consideration,” said RCMP Cpl. Annie Linteau. “We’re recommending six more charges related to Robert Pickton and the Port Coquitlam property.”
Linteau said that all six victims appear on police’s official list of 63 missing women.
Pickton, 60, has never been charged in connection with the death of these six women, who went missing between January 1997 and March 2001.
The women are: Yvonne Boen, 33, who went missing in 2001; Dawn Crey, 42, who went missing in 2000; Sharon Abraham, 35, who went missing in 2000; Stephanie Lane, 20, who went missing in 1997; Jacqueline Murdock, 26, who went missing in 1997; and Nancy Clark, 25, who went missing in 1991.
Clark was last seen in Victoria. The other five, who were all mothers, went missing from Vancouver’s drug-infested Downtown Eastside.
In December 2007, the B.C. pig farmer was convicted of six counts of second-degree murder in the deaths of Marnie Frey, Georgina Papin, Sereena Abotsway, Brenda Wolfe and Mona Wilson. He was sentenced to life without the possibility of parole for 25 years.
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