Wrongful Death Law Reform Group

September 30, 2011

Media Coverage of Wrongful Death Law Reform Rally

Filed under: General Posts — wrongfuldeathreform @ 1:48 pm

The Wrongful Death Law Reform Group held a rally on September 25, 2011 on the backsteps of the Vancouver Art Gallery. The following are some of the media coverage of the event.

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  1. I couldn’t make it to the rally. I had no vehicle or transportation money. Since my husband’s death, my son and I have learned how to live below the poverty line. But, we have not given up the battle to have the Wrongful Death Act changed. Right now with the Occupy Vancouver rally and all the others around the world fighting to take our countries back and make politicians accountable to citizens, is a good time to bring this to focus once more. This outdated and repressive law that favors the people responsible in wrongful deaths is wrong, wrong, wrong! Victims and their families are treated as no more than trash. I will not quit, ever. It is nothing more than legalized murder in my book. The problem has a lot to do with the lobbyist system as well. These big companies like ICBC, doctor’s unions, etc, make a phone call and they get through and appointments are set. The politicians have no time for the rest of us. Whoever has the most money and influence wins. Money is power and they will break the backs of the ordinary worker every time. My husband was valuable to me, our children, his family and the community. His death will not be in vain or forgotten.

    Comment by Bonnie — October 18, 2011 @ 12:22 am


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