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Cops watched porn, skipped work instead of investigating missing women: Officer

11.11.15

Cops watched porn, skipped work instead of investigating missing women: Officer: [theprovince.com] "The saddest part of this is that the women who were killed were the most vulnerable people in our society, other than children," she said.

"I will not be testifying on behalf of the RCMP at the inquiry," she said, saying her first concern is for people whose loved ones didn't have to die.

"Tell the families," said Galliford, her voice breaking, in an interview with the Vancouver Province on Tuesday. "I've got their back."

Her statement to the RCMP contains serious allegations that have not been proven.

Galliford, who has been off work for four years with post-traumatic stress disorder, is agoraphobic and reluctant to leave home, but is taking Veterans Affairs' medical aid, and is "finally healing" and plans to go to law school.

She said she was constantly sexually harassed and bullied by some RCMP officers, although she emphasizes that she also worked with "many fine police officers, both men and women, who cared deeply about missing women."


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