Look NORTHWARD: Indian Reservations where Crime FAR EXCEEDS that of the Police ability to control it so DIA contracts Prisoners for "Policing"
- Drug & Alcohol Crisis of untold proportions
- Perps threatening to kill children to keep witnesses quite on other murders.
- Total chaos & murder... Baby Rape - 2mos, 2yrs
- Profound statement that while it is horrible what they are doing.. consider the state of mind & trauma one has to go through to become the perpetrator.
- Sad interview on the State of Affairs in our American Indian population. U.S. Destruction of entire populations.
- Other states: Minnesota, Kansas, Montans
Cued: 36:24 https://youtu.be/lMY0ognoE9I?t=2184
Sexual assault rampant on Native American reservations
Child rape and sexual assault are an epidemic at a reservation in North Dakota, with most victims seeing no justice.
FBI.gov: Indian Country News
March 30, 2020
March 18, 2020
Michael Robinson of Roberts County, South Dakota, has been charged with assault resulting in serious bodily injury and felony child abuse and neglect of a child.
March 11, 2020
Austin Smith, Sr. of Warm Springs has been charged with sexually abusing a minor victim nearly three decades ago on the Warm Springs Indian Reservation.
These 5 Deadly Prisons Can Only Be Found In South Dakota
Year after year, South Dakota is named one of the safest places to live in America, thanks to good neighbors who watch each other’s backs, small population sizes, and overall good residents. Despite this, however, South Dakota still houses several undesirables throughout the state, namely at these five deadly prisons that you will want to avoid:
1. South Dakota State Penitentiary (Sioux Falls
2. G. Norton Jameson Annex (Sioux Falls)
3. Mike Durfee State Prison (Springfield)
4. South Dakota Women's Prison (Pierre)
5. Rapid City Community Work Center (Rapid City)
Murder, Mayhem and Mexican Mafia Stalk the Bakken Oil Fields
Shortly before Spokane businessman Doug Carlisle was found murdered in the kitchen of his three story home he told his son, “If I disappear or wake up with bullets in my back, promise me you will let everyone know that James Henrickson did it.” Spokane police detectives pinned the actual hit on small time burglar Timothy Suckow, but affidavits filed in the incident cite evidence that North Dakota businessman James Henrickson may have ordered the hit over ownership of oil rich lands in the Bakken oil fields, and that Henrickson had also ordered “muscle” to intimidate tribal chairman Tex Hall of the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation in North Dakota.
Investigations showed Carlisle, an owner in trucking company Kingdom Dynamics Enterprises, was trying to buy Henrickson out of his share of 640 acres of North Dakota land they owned with plans to drill for oil.