The rate of sexual violence is much greater for indigenous women and that is directly linked to oil and gas

 

 

 


Claim by the Unist’ot’en Camp. The rate of sexual violence is much greater for indigenous women and that is directly linked to oil and gas.

There is zero evidence to support this to be true, the “From arrest to conviction: Court outcomes of police-reported sexual assaults in Canada, 2009 to 2014” it is clear that where aboriginals live in larger number the problem is evident in larger numbers. However the number one perpetrators of those offense are by aboriginal men.

Please refer to article “In defense of the Wet’suwet’en Matrilineal Coalition” to learn more about violence against aboriginal women.

Also refer to Homicide in Canada, 2016 for evidence showing FN men are the primary people charged in the offenses.

Like so many of the “agenda” aboriginals who milk the blood of the victims who died as a result of nothing to do with pipelines or oil, they all hide that most of the deaths that were resolved show that the perpetrators were mostly aboriginal as well.

There are many public lists of murdered and missing indigenous women in Canada. The Star compiled those lists into a single database then set out to verify as much information as possible. Relying on newspaper clippings and court documents, the Star’s database includes 1,129 names, dates and, when a case was solved, some information on the offenders.

A Toronto Star analysis suggests 44 per cent of the women were victims of acquaintances, strangers and serial killers. This finding is based on a Star review of publicly available information on more than 750 murder cases. Of that number, 224 murders remain unsolved.

There are many public lists of murdered and missing indigenous women in Canada. The Star compiled those lists into a single database then set out to verify as much information as possible. Relying on newspaper clippings and court documents, the Star’s database includes 1,129 names, dates and, when a case was solved, some information on the offenders.

Our review found 420 cases where details of the relationship between victim and offender were known. Some of them date to the 1960s. Of those:

  • Half of the victims were domestically related to the perpetrator. This includes all types of family and partner connections.
  • 16 per cent of the offenders were acquaintances; 15 per cent were strangers; and 13 per cent serial killers.

 

How often do you see protestors post this truth? (click to enlarge)


 




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