November 25, 2020
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THE POLICE #4 – Starlight Tours
Thirty years later, we know some of what happened to Neil Stonechild. But we still don’t have justice. 
Arshy Mann
Host & Producer, COMMONS
Jordan Cornish
Producer, COMMONS
Damilola Ontime
Producer, Wag the Doug
Andréa Schmidt
Managing Editor, Podcasts

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Even as a teenager, Neil Stonechild was an inspiration to his friends. And then one day, he was found frozen to death outside of Saskatoon. He was last seen alive in the back of a police cruiser. Thirty years later, we know some of what happened to him. But we still don’t have justice. 

Featured in this episode: Jeffrey Crowe, Donald Worme, Susanne Reber

To learn more:

Report of the Commission of Inquiry Into Matters Relating to the Death of Neil Stonechild

Starlight Tour: The Last, Lonely Night of Neil Stonechild by Susanne Reber and Robert Renaud

Two Worlds Colliding by Tasha Hubbard

Officer 332 by Kaitlyn Van De Woestyne

Additional music from Audio Network

This episode is sponsored by Dispatch Coffee, Audible, Missing From the Village and Canadian True Crime.

 

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