Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights

October 21, 2021

Facebook locks account after publication of Myron Dewey's fatal crash police report

By Brenda Norrell

Censored News

Today, after publishing an article detailing the police reports of the vehicle crash that resulted in the death of Paiute Shoshone Journalist Myron Dewey, Facebook locked me out of my account. Attempts today to recover the account were unsuccessful.

The Nye County Sheriff's Department released the traffic crash reports from the Sheriff's Department and the Nevada Highway Patrol yesterday, Oct. 20.

The other item that I posted on Facebook today was that the Navajo Nation government has invested in more mining -- while there is uncontrollable spread of the coronavirus in 38 Navajo communities and Dine' are in desperate need of running water. This comes as the Navajo government stalls the distribution of $2.1 billion in federal virus relief funds to Dine', from the American Rescue Plan. 

Navajo enterprise purchases helium company:

Already posted on my Facebook page was the Mohawk Mothers demand that a possible gravesite of residential school children be protected at McGill University. The psychiatric hospital in Montreal -- operated by the Canadian government and US CIA -- used victims for horrific mental studies and mind control studies.

Montreal Gazette:

Mohawk Mothers Statement:

The kidnapping of 10 Yaqui Traditional Guards of Bacum Pueblo, south of the Arizona border, was also posted on my Facebook page. Bacum Yaqui have waged a lengthy battle against a gas pipeline. The Mexican President evicted the families of the kidnapped men from the gathering revealing his 'Justice Plan.'

Navajo Nation: Uncontrolled Spread of Coronavirus

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