Obstruction Of Justice by Ray Michalko
|Title||Obstruction of Justice|
|Language||English, Spanish, and French|
Ray Michalko explores the series of unsolved murdered and missing women's cases in northern British Columbia, along a lonely stretch of Highway 16, now known as "The Highway of Tears" that winds its way through the scenic wilderness of the Coast Mountains, west from Prince George, through a number of small northern communities to Prince Rupert, on northern British Columbia's West Coast. The Highway of Tears holds the secrets of multiple mysteries spanning close to four decades and the tragic unknown sets of circumstances involving the murder and disappearance of nine young women, all an average age of eighteen and with one exception, all Aboriginal. Fueled by frustration with the police's inability to solve any of these crimes in thirty-five years, inspired by the belief that someone somewhere knew something, and driven by his unexplainable personal commitment, Ray embarked on a life-altering journey.