Robert William Pickton

 wikipedia Robert Pickton

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Why I failed to catch Pickton

Ten years ago, the trial of Canada's most prolific serial killer opened in Vancouver. Det Con Lorimer Shenher had long suspected the man in the dock, who eventually admitted to nearly 50 murders, but Shenher's attempts to question him had been hindered by red tape. He is still haunted by his failure.  (BBC)


BC's AG criticizes

VICTORIA - BC's auditor general rapped the province for dropping its public progress reports on a commission of inquiry that reviewed the disappearances of 67 women - some of them victims of serial killer Robert Pickton - from Vancouver's Downtown Eastside.    (Global)  

REPORT:   Follow-up on the missing women commission of inquiry     

Woman awarded

VANCOUVER - A woman who was sexually assaulted by David Pickton, the brother of serial killer Robert Pickton says she is elated she can once again walk tall after winning a lengthy court battle.  (CP)   

Brother denies knowing


Can't remember alleged assault   


Families to get $50K each  

VANCOUVER - An agreement has been reached with the City of Vancouver and the provincial and federal governments to pay $50,000 to each of 11 families whose relatives were victimized by serial killer Robert Pickton.  (CBC)

Video appearance 

Children of Vancouver's missing women 


Update on recommendations

VANCOUVER - Nearly a year after a retired judge called for sweeping change to prevent another Robert Pickton, the BC government has yet to implement the vast majority of his recommendations, with work started on only half of them.    (CP)

Status report   .pdf  

Inquiry report released

Inquiry was a waste of time

Inquiry to use study forums

File destroyed

Inquiry a long way from conclusion

Survivor decides not to testify  

Pose as a lawyer

Another 3 sue

Missing women inquiry report

Report fails to state the obvious

Wally & the Angry Men

Bias led to indifference, failure

BC Missing Women Investigation

Another inquiry payday

Families feel cheated

Inquiry wraps

'Hunting' in 2000  

Public warning unnecessary

'Just hookers'   

Brass ignored serial killer theory  

Reasons to search farm in 1999 

Rush inquiry set to fail

Witness testifying

Cop slams investigators 

Serial killer only explanation

Missed opportunities  

Cops 'dropped the ball' 

Cop stopped watching Pickton   

Kim Rossmo  

Rossmo's formula   

Student was right

Missing Women Inquiry exhibits

RCMP 'ignored' Pickton  

Funding for lawyers

Lawyers appointed

VPD recommends new guidelines

DTES ripe for another Pickton  

Killings have stopped, violence has not 

Inquiry shifts format  

Pickton not the sole suspect    

Cops don't care about DTES?

Pickton was VPD suspect  

Would not have saved lives

Resources better spent

Wally Oppal 

Exhibit 34 - DC Evans reports  .pdf

Investigation summary report  .pdf

Investigation review   .pdf   


Tipsters split reward

VANCOUVER - The $100,000 reward - made up of $70,000 from the province and $30,000 from the Vancouver Police Department - will be divided between 6 people who have provided information leading to the conviction of Robert Pickton. 

Crown stays 20 remaining murder charges

Woman escaped  

It wouldn't matter

Prison interview

'I had one more planned'

A few basic truths  


No parole for 25 years

VANCOUVER - Robert William Pickton will not be eligible for parole for 25 years after his conviction on 6 second-degree murder charges.   


Pickton verdict deplored

Province slaps mortgage on Pickton's farm

Law requires more common sense 


Another woman's DNA found

VANCOUVER - Jacqueline (Jackie) Murdock is the 30th woman on the official police list of 65 missing women to be linked through DNA testing to the Robert (Willie) Pickton serial killer investigation.  Her sister Daphne Pierre said police asked her not to tell anyone about the development until the conclusion of Pickton's first trial, which ended with the former Port Coquitlam pig farmer being convicted on six counts of second-degree murder. 

Pickton is charged with first-degree murder in the deaths of:

   Sereena Abotsway

   Heather Bottomley

   Heather Chinnock

   Jennifer Furminger

   Inga Hall

   Helen Hallmark

   Tanya Holyk

   Sherry Irving

   Patricia Johnson

   Andrea Joesbury

   Jacqueline McDonell

   Georgina Papin

   Dianne Rock

   Mona Wilson

   Brenda Wolfe

On May 25,2005 he was charged with first degree murder of: 

   Andrea Borhaven

   Wendy Crawford

   Sarah de Vries

   Tiffany Drew

   Cara Ellis

    Cynthia (Cindy) Feliks

   Marnie Lee Frey

   Angela Jardine

   Debra Lynne Jones

   Kerry Koski

   Diana Melnick


RCMP seek help 

A new composite sketch of Jane Doe has been created for BCs Missing Women Task Force   


DNA samples from 30 people have been identified from his farm.

   Dawn Crew    Yvonne Boen
3 more unidentified women  Pictures Vancouver's Missing Women
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