06-20-2016, 10:49 PM #1
Canada - Tiffany Morrison, 24, LaSalle, QC, 18 June 2006
Tiffany Morrison’s bones were found in a wooded area on May 31, 2010, four years after she left her home near Montreal to meet some friends.
Now, 10 years to the day since the 24-year-old went missing on June 18, 2006, her family still doesn’t know who killed her...
On the night she disappeared, Tiffany went to a bar in the Montreal suburb of LaSalle to check out some live music. Just before midnight, she was seen getting into a taxi with a man who also lived in Kahnawake, 20 kilometres southwest of Montreal.
But years after Tiffany disappeared, her family received a new tip. She was last seen getting into a cab from Angrignon Taxi. The company, however, does not have records from 2006.
Nevertheless, the Morrison family wonders if the cab driver can be identified...
For Mohawk woman Cheryl McDonald, the pain of unanswered questions feels familiar... Tiffany Morrison's case and that of her sister's are just two examples of a much larger pattern of missing and murdered Indigenous women.
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