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Interview with Laurie Odjick

On police negligence and media blackout concerning her missing daughter's case

by No One Is IllegalMaya Rolbin-Ghanie

Laurie Odjick, photo by Maya Rolbin-Ghanie
Laurie Odjick, photo by Maya Rolbin-Ghanie

Maisy Odjick, a 16 year-old from the Algonquin community of Kitigan Zibi near Maniwaki (Quebec) has been missing since September 8, 2008. In the words of Laurie Odjick, Maisy’s mother, the response of police services has been “incompetent, unprofessional, uncooperative [and] unaccountable.” The May 2009 edition of No One Is Illegal Radio features an interview with Laurie Odjick, who has been organizing and struggling for justice and answers in the case of her missing daughter.

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I grew up in the woods in the Eastern Townships of Quebec. I am of mixed ethnicity. I love dogs so much it's hard to handle. I am a freelance creative writer and journalist. I have issues with patience and need to work on my skills in dealing with bureaucracy.

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