Families of victims of serial killer push for landfill search as trial concludes

By Canadian Press WINNIPEG MANITOBA-Dozens of people, many clad in red, held hands as they formed a round dance on the streets outside of Winnipeg’s law courts on the concluding day of the trial of an admitted serial killer. At the centre of the circle, a group of women, including the sister of one of Jeremy Skibicki’s victims, stood together as they drummed and sang. The daughter of another victim carried a shovel painted red with the words Search The Land Fill drawn on it. The families made it clear that although Skibicki’s trial has wrapped up, their fight to bring home their loved ones is not over. “My cousin needs to come home. It’s been over two years. I don’t even know why we’re still sitting here anymore,” Melissa…

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