When Police Become Prey
Best new book of 2016-- Book launch & meet the author. When? ...on February 22, 2016 in Edmonton- ...& on February 26 in Cochrane AB....& March 19 in Saskatoon SK - Full details and directional maps available at:
Foreword and analysis by CJRB vice-chairman Wallace Gilby Craig who served 26 years as a judge in Vancouver’s Provincial Criminal Court, followed by six years as adjudicator with the federal Human Rights Tribunal. Read more reviews at Amazon:
"I found McLean’s book to be a “true life whodunit!” Was the hypothermic death of Neil Stonechild accidental? Did the aftermath of his death result in a sensational tabloid witch-hunt of members of the Saskatoon Police Service? Was the Commission of Inquiry an impartial process? YOU BE THE JUDGE!"– W.G.Craig
“Public inquiries are not well-suited to allow accused parties to meaningfully defend themselves. While these inquiries may vindicate certain social goals, the truth usually emerges as the biggest casualty.” – Dr. Moin Yahya, Vice Dean, Faculty of Law at the University of Alberta, speaking at the Edmonton launch of When Police Become Prey
A complicated and suspiciously murky story that was fanned by tabloid-like media and venomous muckrakering. "Is anyone safe?"