December 23, 2020
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THE POLICE #6 – Who Killed Myles Gray?
Myles Gray was an unarmed man who died after seven Vancouver police officers beat him mercilessly. Half a decade after he died, not only does his family not have justice, they don’t even know the names of the people who killed him.
Arshy Mann
Host & Producer, COMMONS
Jordan Cornish
Producer, COMMONS
Damilola Ontime
Producer, Wag the Doug
Andréa Schmidt
Managing Editor, Podcasts

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Myles Gray was an unarmed man who died after seven Vancouver police officers beat him mercilessly. Half a decade after he died, not only does his family not have justice, they don’t even know the names of the people who killed him.

Featured in this episode: Bethany Lindsay (CBC Vancouver), Harsha Walia (B.C. Civil Liberties Association), Ronald MacDonald (Independent Investigations Office of B.C.) 

 

To learn more:

“The day Myles Gray died” by Cassidy Olivier in The Vancouver Sun

“Vancouver police officers won’t be charged over unarmed man’s 2015 death” by Bethany Lindsay in CBC Vancouver

“No charges against officers in case of Myles Gray who died during encounter with Vancouver police” by Amy Judd and Sarah MacDonald in Global News

Additional music from Audio Network

 

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