Tortuguita was murdered by law enforcement in Atlanta, Georgia, shot 57 times in his tent, protecting the forest from the planned Cop City, 'Camp for Assassins.' Raymond Mattia, Tohono O'odham, was murdered by U.S. Border Patrol. Agents told the family that they shot him 37 times as he came out the front door of his home on the Tohono O'odham Nation on the Arizona border. Earlier, Raymond videotaped U.S. Border Patrol agents escorting heavily armed drug cartels across the border by his home. The video evidence vanished after he gave it to authorities. The U.S. Border Patrol 'cover-up units' were already exposed, covering up the agents' crimes, which include murder, serial rape, assault and drug running. In Nevada, the struggle for justice for Paiute Journalist Myron Dewey continues. Was justice served on Tuesday, in the sentencing of the driver of the truck killing him, after charges were changed by the new prosecutor? The driver, John Walsh, is a mining engineer for a company specializing in leach gold mining, who recently began lithium mine work in the same area, Tonopah, in Nevada. Myron livestreamed from the Fallon bombing range the day before he was killed, opposing its expansion being pushed by the Nevada Congressional delegation. Myron spoke out in protection of the Paiute Massacre Site at Thacker Pass, opposing the lithium mine there. At the Paiute Massacre Site in Nevada on Wednesday, the Humboldt County Sheriff and Lithium Americas of Canada raided Ox Sam Camp, confiscating the Ceremonial Eagle Feather Staff in violation of federal law and terrorizing a young Dine' woman transported in a pitch black cage in the back of a truck, who was protecting the Massacre site from an excavator.
New Wave of Violence Targets Natives: Cops, feds, and corporations engulfed in a new rage of power and greed