January 29, 2009
A 24-year-old woman was charged Thursday with the second-degree murder of her four-year-old niece, who was found dead in a west Edmonton house on Jan. 13.
The little girl, who police initially mistakenly reported was five years old, died as a result of cranial trauma, according to the medical examiner….(Full Story)
That was the CBC’s version, whose news and programming are generally addressed to an audience having about a Grade VI mentality. A far more detailed account of the circumstances of that murder of a child is provided in the following account. That article will also leave you no choice but to come to conclusions that are not politically correct, while all such content had apparently been carefully kept out of the CBC article.
Woman charged in death of niece in Edmonton home
By Elise Stolte and Laura Drake, edmontonjournal.com, January 29, 2009
Here is another article that provides more details about that case.
The Edmonton Journal
January 31, 2009
Child-care system under fire
Death of four-year-old raises concerns about placement process
By Laura Drake
The slaying of a four-year-old girl and the subsequent arrest of her aunt is raising questions about why the child and her five siblings were given to the 24-year-old and her common-law boyfriend.
“This case is a bit of an aberration. It doesn’t happen like that and it shouldn’t happen like that,” said Donald Langford, the executive director of the Métis Child and Family Services Society. “You don’t see a placement like that very often, if ever. Placing six kids with a couple like that, without a lot of support, makes no sense. That’s an insurmountable task for two young people.”
The woman was in charge of her brother’s six children, aged eight months to seven years old….(Full Story)
“Placing six kids with a couple like that, without a lot of support, makes no sense. That’s an insurmountable task for two young people.” There your have it, a ready-made excuse for murder.