When Gilles Carrière died in 1970, the death of the 15-year-old from Glen Roy was ruled to be a drowning. But his father and his brother never accepted that Gilles, a strong swimmer, could drown in four feet of water. The coroner admitted the investigation was flawed; to this day, details remain confidential; documents are heavily redacted. "There are too many questions," says Bernie Carrière. Read about how he and his wife are "trying to piece together this puzzle" in the June 22 edition of The News.