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#41 - The Hands We Trust - Part 1 - Jessica Estabrooks

#41 - The Hands We Trust - Part 1 - Jessica Estabrooks
May 31, 2021 · 33m 1s

Let me set the stage for you. Today we’re travelling to the southern part of the province of New Brunswick, a small Canadian province the hugs the coast of the...

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Let me set the stage for you. Today we’re travelling to the southern part of the province of New Brunswick, a small Canadian province the hugs the coast of the Atlantic Ocean. A place where you can take a deep breath and instantly relax as you inhale the salt air. A place where you can glimpse the aurora borealis at the right time of the year. A place surrounded by friendly people…most of the time. Specifically, we’re travelling to the city of Moncton and the village of Dorchester, and the stretch of road and waterways between the two. You may have heard of these two places before in a two-part series in season 1 of this podcast. However, our story today remains unresolved and even though the community, family, and law enforcement believe they know what happened, no one has yet been charged, indicted or convicted. I want to remind people that the opinions I might allude to in this episode as well as the opinions of anyone I interview are just that, opinions. It’s up to you to decide your own opinion. Anyone that we may refer to has been named or listed by media in the past. They should be considered innocent until proven otherwise in a court of law. But, maybe you the listeners, hold the key in making sure this person gets the chance to potentially be proven otherwise in court.

Today’s story is about a young woman, Jessica Lynn Estabrooks. You see, Jessica and I have something in common, we’re from the same small village. Did I know her? Not really; I’ve seen her in town, of course, I knew of her, and we rode the same yellow school bus to and from school, during high school. She was a couple of years older than me, and at that age, you’re really years apart. But what happened to Jessica affected a whole community, in more ways than one. A community, that despite the maximum-security prison that sat upon the highest hill, felt connected and safe. Of course, the events affected Jessica’s family and closest friends the most, how could it not?

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