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Daily 2 Cents: 'Highway of Tears' Killers May Never Be Caught -- Saying 'Goodbye' -- Exorcism 'too scary' For Young Priests

'Highway of Tears' Killers May Never Be CaughtA decade after the launch of the RCMP's high profile Highway of Tears investigation into missing and murdered women in northern B.C., police admit they may never find the killers or make more arrests."I've been honest with our [victims'] families and I say perhaps they'll never be solved," RCMP Staff Sgt. Wayne Clary of the E-PANA unit, told CBC host Anna Maria Tremonti during a townhall on missing and murdered women packed with several hundred people in Prince George Thursday night.
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