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Starlight Tour

The Last, Lonely Night of Neil Stonechild

January 15, 2019 | Trade paperback
ISBN: 9780735277502
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Description

A teen's suspicious death, a shocking police cover-up and a mother's search for truth: this landmark investigation into justice and Canada's Indigenous people is re-issued and updated here for the first time in over a decade.

     In 1990, on a brutally cold night, 17-year-old Neil Stonechild disappeared from downtown Saskatoon, last seen in police custody. His frozen body was found three days later in a field outside town. Though his mother pressed for answers, a cursory investigation pinned the blame on the teen himself, dead by alcohol and misadventure. Only in 2000, when two more men were found frozen to death, and a third survived his "starlight tour" at the hands of police, did the truth about Stonechild's fate begin to emerge. Soon one of the country's most prominent Indigenous lawyers was on the case, and an open secret was secret no more.
     With exclusive co-operation from the Stonechild family, lawyer Donald Worme, and others, Starlight Tour is an engrossing portrait of rogue cops, racism, obstruction of justice and justice denied, not only to a boy and his family but to an entire nation.

About this Author

SUSANNE REBER is an award-winning veteran investigative journalist and editor. She is the co-founder and former executive editor of Reveal, the investigative radio program and podcast. The show airs on more than 450 public radio stations in the U.S. Reber produced Reveal for The Center for Investigative Reporting, where she held various senior editorial roles, including Director of Digital Media, for which she was responsible for all content in film, audio and digital. Her investigative projects have garnered her three Peabody Awards, an Emmy award and a DuPont award, among many others, and were showcased in national and international film festivals. Prior to joining CIR in 2012, Reber formed and led NPR's first Investigations Unit, which went on to win many national and international awards. Prior to moving to the U.S., Reber spent 23 years at the CBC, where she was deputy managing editor of National Radio News and executive producer of CBC's Michener Award-winning Investigative Unit from 2003 to 2009.

ROBERT RENAUD is formerly a regional director of CBC Radio Ottawa. He and Reber worked together for over seven years, leading CBC National Radio News and winning a number of awards for investigative journalism.

ISBN: 9780735277502
Format: Trade paperback
Pages: 448
Publisher: Random House of Canada
Published: 2019-01-15

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