CALGARY (660 NEWS) – The family of two murdered sisters gathered outside the Calgary Courts Centre Monday to demand justice.
The bodies of Tiffany Ear and Glynnis Fox were found with another victim in a burning vehicle in northwest Calgary two years ago.
Police believe they were all silenced because they knew too much about the murder of Hanock Afowerk, whose body was found shortly after.
Yu Chieh Liao and Tewodros Kebede have been charged with Afowerk’s murder as well as accessory after the fact in the deaths of Ear, Fox, and 25-year-old Cody Pfeiffer.
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“We want justice for Tiffany and Glynnis,” said aunt Cynthia Hunter. “It’s really hurt a lot of people; it’s hurt me and my children and the 16 children that are between Tiffany and Glynnis.”
Hunter adds it’s been difficult to come to grips with what happened.
“They didn’t deserve to die the way they died. Glynnis was shot 18 times, and Tiffany was shot once in the head. Cody Pfeiffer was shot 11 times.”
No murder charges have been laid in the deaths of the sisters or Pfeiffer and the family hopes this vigil will prompt action.