Acquittal leaves families of murdered sons and daughter devastated

Families of the victims at a police press conference announcing the search for their killers in March. It would be 10 days before anyone would come forward. (Turtle Island News Photo)

By Lynda Powless and Justin Lethbridge Writers The tears never stop. The memories become more important. The last time they laughed together, spoke to each other, or spent time together. They hold onto each other, giving support when needed, taking it when the hurting becomes too much. Last week it became too much. Kirsten Bomberry, 36, was acquitted on three counts of accessory after the fact of murder in the deaths of Melissa Trudy Miller, 36, who was seven months pregnant at the time of her death and has six surviving children, Alan Porter, 33, who left behind two girls and Michael Jamieson, 32, who had five children was the only son of Sue Jamieson. “I just can’t believe she got off,” Sue Jamieson told Turtle Island News. “She claimed…

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