CANADA - Check out the shirt of the guy to the right who is currently pleading guilty to criminal negligence in the deaths of his two daughters. Christopher Pauchay, 24, is being charged in deaths of daughters Kaydance Pauchay, 3, and her 1-year-old sister, Santana, who became separated from their father after they left their house on the Yellow Quill First Nation reserve in the early morning of January 29 2008. The temperature would have felt like -50 C because of the wind. They froze to death.
The single charge of criminal negligence causing the deaths of both children was laid to address a failure "to provide protection from exposure to the elements."
And here he is, the "grieving father", dressed like he's going to a rock and roll concert. You'd think he would at least find a suit and tie to wear. Its believed he was drinking the night his daughters wandered out into the cold and died.
Granted, the Yellow Quill First Nation has been plagued for decades by alcohol abuse, high unemployment, a lack of suitable housing and almost no government programs to promote employment or treat addiction problems. The closest addiction centre was a 5 hour drive away.
WEAR PROTECTIVE CLOTHING IN THE COLD CANADIAN WINTER AND MAKE SURE YOUR CHILDREN WEAR IT TOO.
WHEN YOU'RE BEING CHARGED WITH MURDER OR CRIMINAL NEGLIGENCE, AT LEAST WEAR SOMETHING PRESENTABLE.