John Martin Crawford
|John Martin Crawford|
|Born||John Martin Crawford
March 29, 1962
|Other names||The Lady Killer|
|Criminal penalty||Life imprisonment|
Span of killings
Crawford was convicted in 1996 of killing three First Nations women in Saskatoon in 1992, Eva Taysup, Shelley Napope, and Calinda Waterhen. He is currently serving three concurrent life sentences in Saskatchewan Penitentiary.
Crawford is discussed in Warren Goulding's book, Just Another Indian, A Serial Killer and Canada's Indifference with the message that crimes by marginalized minorities go unheeded by an uncaring society at large. The theory is posited that Crawford's case was played down by the media because his victims were Aboriginal women.
- Goulding, Warren (2001). Just Another Indian: A Serial Killer and Canada's Indifference. Fifth House. ISBN 1894004515.
- Serial Killer - John Martin Crawford
- Serial killer who roamed Saskatoon met with indifference Archived 2008-07-03 at the Wayback Machine.
- edmontonsun.com - Andrew Hanon - A story that no one wanted told[permanent dead link]
- Goulding, Warren. 2001. Just Another Indian: A Serial Killer and Canada's Indifference. Calgary: Fifth House Publishers.
- Discrimination and violence against Indigenous women in Canada - Report Summary (mentions John Martin Crawford)
- John Martin CRAWFORD on Murderpedia
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