Salon: How Abusers Get Away with Targeting Indian Women

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An excerpt:

“We have serial rapists on the reservation — that are non-Indian — because they know they can get away with it,” said Charon Asetoyer, executive director of the Native American Women’s Health Education Resource Center in Lake Andes, S.D. “Many of these cases just get dropped. Nothing happens. And they know they’re free to hurt again.”

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4 Responses to Salon: How Abusers Get Away with Targeting Indian Women

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  2. Being a celebrity, rich & famous seems to also be the case in luring native women living in a life of poverty…Ask any native woman sexually abused by the American Indian Movement leadership over the last 40 years…mainly underage girls. They will tell you if they are still living.
    Reblogging….

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