Stephen Hume - Vanc. Sun
Discovery of bones at B.C. lake resurrects one of darkest tales in Canadian history
Strewn across 300 metres of beach about 250 kilometres west of Prince George, a thousand kilometres by road from Vancouver, an angler at Cheslatta Lake stumbled upon what looked suspiciously like human skeletal remains.
RCMP and the coroner’s office swiftly responded to officially determine whether the 25 bones found May 22 about 29 kilometres from what was once the village named Scatchola are of human origin, says Mike Robertson, the senior policy advisor to the Cheslatta Carrier Nation.
“A story of horrors,” he called it. “It is a story to shock the conscience of all reasonable Canadians.”
“The story of the Cheslatta-Carriers is quite unique. I think it’s unique in the horrors that have been perpetrated. . . There have been unspeakable acts,” said commissioner Paul Chartrand.Read it all by clicking here
This is sinful.