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Thursday, January 8, 2015

Native girl threatened to be dropped out of city in freezing temperature.

From Leese Dustyhorn mother...

Stupid police trying to make it look like they were drunk n hanging around somewhere. They took my daughter from her own apartment. She said she just got there. But my daughters key was damaged, she couldn't open her door. The fact is! They took her!!! Took her out of the city!!! The police could of at least try help her open her door but they took her instead!! They never offered to help my daughter!! They tormented her!! I know police investigate them self so I'm going get them investigated by other means!!

My daughter is traumatized for life!! She fears the police! She don't understand why they did this to her. She just wanted to get home safe!! She just wanted police to help with her key to get into her apartment but they took her instead. The police were there & she don't know how they were there all of a sudden. My daughter is telling the truth!! I have to hear her cry all night and she is shaken with fear!!! The police are making her look like a drunken shoeless coatless highly intoxicated rowdy person. This has made my daughter emotionally drained. She said mom!! They took me!! Why they doing this me!!! I will be hiring a lawyer.

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Now I'm starting to understand why the government do not want an inquiry into missing aboriginal women and men. 
All this, the missing and people been dropped off outside cities in the cold of winter would come out...



One of the first starlight tours happened in Winnipeg, Manitoba during the winter of 1971. The victim was 19-year-old Helen Betty Osborne she was brought to a field outside the city of Winnipeg, and was left there to die by police. It took 16 years for the officers involved to go to trail. 

As we can see with the ongoing story from the mother of the young lady above, starlight drives policy by police still exists today. Treating first nations people like animals who do not matter is continuing and one goes to wonder if this is also the reason so many aboriginal people especially women disappear into the night...
Starlight drives is a criminal act of attempted murder, and when someone dies left in the cold, then it is murder. It is one of the most repugnant act of inhumanity one could perform on another, it shows clearly the lack of respect for native lives, I don't see this attitude changing any time soon, since it's been going on for decades. 
They treat us as if were sub humans therefore they can do whatever they want, the only way this will change is to separate ourselves from these Europeans and go our own way...
Let's start thinking about going it alone, without been treated as if were a bothersome child for a foreign government, I say if we want, there is noting we can't do.

Post written by Nizhoni (Temporary administrator) of the Navaho for TNC. 

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

I am not native but I have experienced this myself and in winter weather on top of it.

Dropped off on a dead highway miles from nowhere in the middle of the night.

Not a nice experience,and yes,I could have easily froze to death.


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Nizhoni said...

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Allison said...

Love it,u go girl.

Gaagii (Raven) said...

I know some who have had that experience,especially in winipeg

Mohawk Warrior said...

I didnt know what they were called but i 2 know people who were threatened to be taken for a ride in the dead of winter.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for publishing this story,people need to know.

Karen said...

Inquiry NOW.

Nikyon the clan mother said...

So sad,that poor girl.Scary they can do this and the news barely bring it up.

Tewennate said...

Niawen.let's hear it for TNC website.