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Author Topic: 30 Year Anniversay of Missing  (Read 194 times)

LostBoyz

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30 Year Anniversay of Missing
« on: November 14, 2018, 04:52:54 PM »
This year marks the 30th year of not knowing what happened to the remains of Douglas Babineau.

He disappeared from a party with a man who was later charged with creating an indignity to a human corpse.
Although the accused pleaded guilty to that charge, he did not have to say:
 Who the corpse was when it was alive
How it became a corpse
Why it became a corpse
Where the corpse was disposed of

Funny how our justice system really protects criminals, especially if they are police informants, even if they are murderous , violent criminals.

The fellow who was responsible for the act, has lived a relatively easy life on the outside - he has children & grandchildren, supported with our generous welfare and informant  systems.
And despite his violent, criminal background, he is free to do as he pleases. :(



LostBoyz

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Re: 30 Year Anniversay of Missing
« Reply #1 on: November 14, 2018, 05:01:18 PM »
This year marks the 30th year of not knowing what happened to the remains of Douglas Babineau.

He disappeared from a party with a man who was later charged with creating an indignity to a human corpse.
Although the accused pleaded guilty to that charge, he did not have to say:
 Who the corpse was when it was alive
How it became a corpse
Why it became a corpse
Where the corpse was disposed of

Funny how our justice system really protects criminals, especially if they are police informants, even if they are murderous , violent criminals.



The fellow who was responsible for the act, has lived a relatively easy life on the outside - he has children & grandchildren, supported with our generous welfare and informant  systems.
And despite his violent, criminal background, he is free to do as he pleases. :(

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Re: 30 Year Anniversay of Missing
« Reply #2 on: November 17, 2018, 06:35:30 PM »
It certainly sounds like a very unusual case. Maybe the family could have gone to civil court and pursued justice in that way. That has been done before in crimes of murder and other criminal activity. It is very unusual indeed and possibly not the right investigators were on this case. Maybe it can still be solved. :o :o :o :o :o

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Re: 30 Year Anniversay of Missing
« Reply #3 on: November 17, 2018, 09:57:39 PM »
About the most difficult cases to address, the Police informant protection system. You are fighting ghosts. You can't see the stumbling blocks let alone do anything about it..