`What the hell are we waiting for?’ Victims’ families decry lack of action on landfill searches

 By Dave Baxter Local Journalism Initiative Reporter Some who want the Prairie Green Landfill searched for the remains of murdered women said they are losing patience with the lack of action. “They are hoping we are going to go away. That’s how I feel, and quite honestly they’ve messed with the wrong families,” a defiant Melissa Robinson said while speaking at the Manitoba Legislature on Wednesday, during what was dubbed the Search the Landfill Rally at the Manitoba Legislature Wednesday afternoon. “We’re not going anywhere, we’re going to get louder, we are going to get stronger, and we’re going to keep coming back until our women are brought home.” Robinson is a cousin of Morgan Harris, one of four women who are believed to have been murdered by alleged serial…

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