. Police respond to bias, victim-blaming concerns in MMIWR cases « JO LEE MAGAZINE

INDIAN COUNTRY TODAY – Shelda Livingston and her family say the complicated background of her sister Pepita Redhair led Albuquerque Police Department officers to discriminate against her during their investigation into Redhair’s disappearance in March 2020. “We feel like there was no investigation done, or completed, or even started,” Livingston said Thursday during a live radio program addressing missing and murdered Indigenous women and relatives. “I did reach up to the officers numerous times. And they kept telling me, ‘She’ll come up, she’ll come up,’ And that was the response I got.”

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