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“Fly At Your Own Risk” is excellent journalism

Earlier this week, I came across a very compelling story out of Canada.  The headline: “Fly At Your Own Risk: Why is Transport Canada moving toward self-regulation for the country’s airlines?” I find that my mind keeps going back to reporter Carol Shaben’s story, featured in The Walrus magazine.  So, I’ve decided to write a […]

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Newspaper: Police knew about footless body before last week

NEW/Related:  Washington officials to send piece of footless skeleton to B.C. (Vancouver Sun, July 22) (July 21) How do you have a high-profile investigation about five mystery feet washing-up along the coast of British Columbia and not look into the case of a footless body found washed ashore just across the border? That’s been the […]

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Breaking News: Missing foot man won’t be named

In a case that has fascinated people worldwide, police say they will not release the name of a missing man whose foot washed-up in Canada’s Strait of Georgia. DNA was used to make this first match in the case of the five mystery feet that have surfaced from the waters off the coast of British […]

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Breaking News: Possible match in mystery feet case

Update: July 19, 6:57pm PST Feet mystery unrelated to downed plane, CTV (link includes VIDEO) DNA testing has eliminated the possibility that the feet found washing ashore in B.C. are linked to two brothers whose bodies were never found after a plane crash in 2005. –CTV (July 18 ) Exclusive CTV video below INVESTIGATORS NOW […]

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Truth yet to surface in human feet mystery

(Update, July 9, 1:30pm PST): Breaking News: Police to hold news conference about human feet mystery (Update, June 28, 8:59am PST):  “Pig video lends insight into B.C.’s human feet mystery” Update:  NEWS CONFERENCE DELAYED (June 26, 2:23am PST):  “Police delay update on feet mystery” –Seattle Times The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) has delayed a […]

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