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Thursday, October 13, 2022

'Justice for My Dad' Myron Dewey's Daughter Describes Harsh Road to Justice

Paiute Shoshone Myron Dewey, journalist, filmmaker, and drone activist, was killed in a head-on collision when a truck pulled into his lane on an isolated dirt road near his family's home in Yomba, Nevada, on Sept. 26, 2021. Myron's reports from the resistance to the Dakota Access Pipeline in Standing Rock were shared around the world in 2016 and 2017. Myron was killed one day after live streaming from the Fallon Bombing Range, speaking out against its expansion, and opposing the lithium mine planned for the Paiute Massacre Site at Thacker Pass. The driver of the truck, John Walsh, is scheduled for arraignment on Nov. 8, 2022. Nine months after the head-on collision, law enforcement admitted what was discovered in the driver's blood test at the time. Walsh was then charged. -- Censored News

'Justice for My Dad' Myron Dewey's Daughter Taylor Describes the Harsh Road to Justice

By Taylor Dewey
Censored News

Justice for my dad is calling the District Attorneys office every week for almost a year to get any updates.

Justice is finding out the Nye County Sheriffs office case was closed and arguing with them as to why it was closed so fast and making it a point we lost a great father, friend, family member, brother, and person and that they needed to further investigate.

Live from Reno -- Western Mining Action Network

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