Inquiry witness says Native teen last seen with police
Wednesday, September 10, 2003

The inquiry into the death of Neil Stonechild, a 17-year-old Cree Native, continued on Tuesday.

Jason Roy testified he was with Stonechild the night he was last seen alive. He said police in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, put Stonechild into a police cruiser. "These guys are going to kill me," Roy recalled Stonechild as saying.

Stonechild's body was found five days later on the outskirts of town. Police say he froze to death.

Get the Story:
Stonechild social worker says she was silenced (CBC 9/10)
Witness says last time he saw Stonechild, teen was in police cruiser (CBC 9/10)

Relevant Links:
Stonechild Inquiry -
Starlight Tours, from the CBC -

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