Children of aboriginal woman slain in 2004 speak publicly for 1st time

Diana Rattlesnake’s son and daughter hope by speaking out, more tips on the case will come in

By Meagan Fiddlerdiana-rattlesnake

Diana Rattlesnake in an undated photo. Her badly decomposed body was found in a Brandon rooming house in October 2004.

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Anna Hanska contacted CBC to share her mother Diana Rattlesnake’s story. (CBC)(Anna Hanska)

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Jeremy Hanska says it was difficult coping with the deaths of both his parents. (CBC )

Read more at:

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/children-of-aboriginal-woman-slain-in-2004-speak-publicly-for-1st-time-1.3071641

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