On Christmas Eve 1993, after a high-speed chase over icy winter roads, an RCMP officer shot a member of the Lillooet Nation. What led up to this tragedy? Could it have been prevented? And was justice done? After eighteen months of research, Bruce Strachan has written a gripping account that asks new questions about the often strained relationship between First Nations people and the RCMP.
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