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Conspiracy of Silence
In 1971, Helen Betty Osborne, a 19-year-old Cree student, was abducted, raped and murdered by four young white men. Despite knowing the truth, townspeople refused to help. This is the shocking true story of racism and misguided loyalties, deeply embedded in the heart of a small town.

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