British Columbia does not want to investigate the existence of the sasquatch
The Bigfoot, taken from the “documentary” of Roger Patterson and Robert Gimlin released in 1967.
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The government of British Columbia does not investigate the existence or non-existence of the legendary sasquatch, despite a lawsuit filed before the supreme Court of British Columbia last fall.
In October, Todd Standing, a man convinced of the existence of the sasquatch, also known under the name of bigfoot, had filed a lawsuit alleging that the government’s refusal to help him was undermining his credibility, and his way of life. He claimed the support of a biologist commissioned by the government to investigate for three months on the mid-life alleged of the sasquatchs.
The government has finally replicated, at the end of January, saying that “the complainant has not demonstrated that he has undergone or suffered always losses, damages or expenses, as relied on in his complaint,” reported the “Vancouver Sun” on Saturday.
Joined by the daily, Mr Standing said that he is working to bring together scientists and witnesses to prove its case before the court. The man still has to force the government of british columbia to support it, arguing that the province must protect this native species.
At the same time, Mr. Standing has given a hand to Claudia Ackley, an American she also convinced by the existence of the sasquatch, to start his own measure of justice for the State of California. The two men allege that the State has denigrated the researcher refusing to acknowledge the existence of the creature, despite the “overwhelming evidence”, reported several media outlets.
From amerindian legends, the sasquatch is presented as a kind of hairy man, close to the monkey, which would measure approximately 2.75 m.