Remains that were found in an unplugged freezer by two homeless men earlier this month have been positively identified as missing Native American woman Rosenda Strong. Strong was 31 years old when she went missing after a night at a casino in Toppenish, Washington, on October 2, 2018.
Charles Wennberg: To the NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN, MAY GOD BLESS EVERY NATIVE AMERICAN. THIS IS YOUR COUNTRY AND LAND BUT AS LONG AS THERE ARE LIARS AND TRUMP TIDEYWHITEYS IT WILL ALWAYS BE LIKE THIS TILL JESUS RETURNS AND REARRANGE ALL OF THIS HATE AND GREED! LOOK OUT TRUMP AND ALL YOUR TIDEYWHITEYS SUPPORTERS, FOR THE THE END IS NEAR SO EVERYONE GET AND STAY PRAYED UP AND PRAISE JESUS AND HAVE NO FEAR!🙏😇👰👏⛪
Marlon Gonzales: natives lives matter
Thomas Bovenzi: on the California woman who got lost I don't believe the man with the knife I think she got embarrassed cuz she wandered off and got lost
Display name: The responsible person(s) must be from the tribe because nobody else would be that familiar with the people and/or places on a reservation.
Nurse Terra: About time we hear about missing native American women. Such a tragedy. These women are missing in high numbers in numerous states, but you don't see them in the media...guess it's not appealing to them.