Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights

June 18, 2019

Bonnie Three Irons: Justice for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Video

Bonnie Three Irons' body was found on the Crow Nation, and no one was charged

By Brenda Norrell
Censored News

CROW NATION -- Jennifer White Bear, the mother of Bonnie Three Irons, 35, speaks on the struggle for justice for her daughter Bonnie, the mother of six children. Bonnie's body was found on the Crow Nation in 2017. No one has been arrested or charged, or held accountable.
"It tells everyone that it is OK to do this," said one of the searchers. "Someone needs to be held these people accountable."
Bonnie's mother Jennifer says it is like the police are just pushing this under the rug, and see it as just "One less Indian."
"I'll keep pushing it until I go."
"They took away a daughter, a mother, a friend, a sister."
Bonnie is among the missing and murdered Indigenous women, whose cases are ignored by U.S. law enforcement.
Watch this new video short by Ivan MacDonald.

Bonnie Three Irons MMIW Short from Ivan MacDonald on Vimeo.

1 comment:

Cheryl Blood said...

Sending my Condolences to your great loss of a beautiful daughter, mother, aunty, sister and dearest friend to many and also the community. She is in Creators'arms and our Relations. This person/persons is a pitiful human being to do this and he will leave this world and have no acceptance into the place we all go to without speaking his deadly doings in this world. We all have to face Creator and speak about what we do on earth before we go to a good place in eternity. I pray the children are taken good care of and loved and happy.