There are few issues more sensitive in the country than the issue of missing and murdered aboriginal women. We often hear that this is a national tragedy.
But that’s false.
A tragedy is something that’s accidental. Any murder is an outrage, but all the more so when the person murdered is someone with particular vulnerabilities.
It's time we look at some harsh truths of the matter.
Here’s a startling fact that you probably haven’t heard in the media coverage: 90% of these women knew their killer. 50% were related to them.
We already know much of what’s going wrong here. And yet the media and other politicians are relentless in their demand for a national public inquiry.
But other than spending millions of dollars on employing a bunch of lawyers, what would this inquiry actually accomplish?
Watch my report for more.