The Touch My Pug And Your First Boxing Lesson Is Free Shirt force’s report of last May did not contain information about the ethnicity of the known perpetrators. But it said that, in 62 per cent of the cases, aboriginal females who were victims of homicide were killed by a spouse, family member or intimate relation.’ This stat explains the 70% figure in the first quote, although no ethnicity details were given in the report. Edit: It also goes on to say that there is a high murder rate in the community as a consequence of marginalisation on a national level.
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Considering the number of starlight tours that were happening in Saskatchewan that resulted in the Touch My Pug And Your First Boxing Lesson Is Free Shirt death of First Nations, trying to refer to what police say doesn’t help any sort of argument at all, and if anything actually takes away from it. You’re implying that the RCMP are guilty of a racially motivated cover up, fair enough. But, roughly 70% of all women murdered in Canada are killed by a close acquaintance, that means whites, everyone. There is a similar global figure.
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It only stands to reason therefore that that stat would suggest murdered indigenous women’s perpetrators would be close acquaintances too like they suggested. You may well be right, but logic suggests to me otherwise, although I have no sure way of knowing. And communities devastated by deprivation and marginalization tend to have much higher crime rates, for all crimes except the white collar. Sure the RCMP may well be institutionally racist towards indigenous people. I don’t know, I don’t live in Canada, I’m sure that is quite likely, I don’t doubt it.
But you are suggesting that global and national figures for the close relationship between the murderer and the Touch My Pug And Your First Boxing Lesson Is Free Shirt female victim are somehow drastically skewered and much, much lower just solely for the Canadian indigenous community. That they are in fact all being murdered by evil, blood thirsty cops and judges – seems a bit wild. Common sense suggests this is unlikely.