And this is why we don’t like the police…
Macleans.ca, April 8, 2016
An attempt to erase reference to the deadly practice from the police force’s Wikipedia page stirs up dark memories, and new questions
On Jan. 28, 2000, two police officers drove Darrell Night five kilometres outside of Saskatoon and abandoned him in -22° C weather with just a T-shirt and jean jacket on his back. The incident was part of a series of “starlight tours,” a practice in which officers were said to have picked up drunk or rowdy people like Night, at night, and dropped them off in the dead of winter.
At least three Indigenous people in Saskatoon are suspected to have died this way, beginning with 17-year-old Neil Stonechild in 1990.
Although Night survived, he moved to British Columbia and has never returned. “In Saskatoon I found…
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