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Missing & Murdered: Finding Cleo

Author: CBC Podcasts

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Where is Cleo? Taken by child welfare workers in the 1970’s and adopted in the U.S., the young Cree girl’s family believes she was raped and murdered while hitchhiking back home to Saskatchewan. CBC news investigative reporter Connie Walker joins the search to find out what really happened to Cleo.
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Rachel Eh Hamilton

Wow that New Jersey Govt employee was so unprofessional and quite frankly inconsiderate.

Apr 3rd
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Angel S

So heartbreaking but still so many questions unanswered. what caused her to take her life How did she get the gun why was her brothers jacket in the creek and he was on the scene....

Mar 19th
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Barry Donaghy

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Mar 10th
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brian humber

i coundnt stop listening to this over the last few days,,, i never knew about this very sad part of Canadian history,,, thank you for opening my eyes,,,,,

Feb 18th
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Geoffrey Rouse

I'm a fan, but this episode is painfully drawn out. You were right, for nothing.

Jan 13th
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ILLegal ELbow

riveting!!! not sure I'll get this out of my head for a while!!

Dec 14th
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ILLegal ELbow

"this krey phase"

Dec 13th
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Eugenia

Is there more of this that I have missed?

Dec 4th
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Paul Dalton

Eugenia I had the same question. This episode is the introduction to Season 5 You can find the full season on cbc website. Highly recommended Hope this helps. @Simplyplants

Mar 3rd
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BC surv

it kind of sounds similar to the Kerri Ann Brown case

Nov 26th
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Genene Blades

Can't believe What this family has been through so heart breaking....

Nov 19th
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Louterry Ochoa

please if any help I am looking for couple of peaple they are amanda gaorgea martinez, mikel martinez airana ochoa abel kain bravo our I just for some other way to find out some other dereation .Thank you louterry ochoa.

Oct 16th
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Tori GirlRed HB

I can relate to Lillian's children. I come from a long line of borderline mothers and have suffered the affects of toxic stress. What happens to children is permanent. The government always fails it's children in American history, too.

Oct 10th
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