Strong Heart Warriors Announce Search for Donna Scout of Porcupine

Cante Tenza Okolakiciye – Strong Heart Warrior Society
Independent Lakota Nation
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: February 7, 2017
Contact: Canupa Gluha Mani at 605-517-1547
Email: cantetenza13@gmail.com

Strong Heart Warriors Announce Search for Donna Scout of Porcupine

Lakota Woman Missing for Two Weeks; Police Have Failed to Act

WHAT: Search party for Donna Scout, a 43 year old Lakota woman missing for two weeks and last seen in the Porcupine Community of Pine Ridge Reservation.

WHEN: Tuesday, February 7, 2017. Search party will begin approximately 8:00am.

WHO: Lakota Strong Heart Warrior Society of the Independent Lakota Nation and volunteers.

WHERE: Porcupine Community of Pine Ridge Reservation.

MORE:  Search parties will be deployed beginning Tuesday morning in the Porcupine Community of Pine Ridge Reservation for a Lakota woman missing for approximately two weeks.

Donna Scout, age 43, was last seen in the Porcupine Community in the last week of January but her family has not heard from her since that time.

Despite filing police reports, no action has been taken by Oglala Sioux Public Safety.

On Monday evening, the Horse, White Face, and Red Wolf families contacted headman Canupa Gluha Mani of the Lakota Strong Heart Warrior Society for assistance in finding Ms. Scout.

Ms. Scout was last seen wearing a lime green colored jacket, hooded sweater, snow boots with fur around the calf. She commonly walked along roadside in Porcupine.

Tuesday’s search will focus along road ways and wooded creek bottoms. Volunteers are invited to participate.

Ms. Scout has children on the Red Lake Ojibwe Reservation in Minnesota. If anyone has seen Donna Scout or has information on her whereabouts, they are urged to call the Strong Heart Warrior Society immediately at 605-517-1547.

The Cante Tenza Okolakiciye or Strong Heart Warrior Society is a traditional Lakota warrior society as well as a modern day human rights movement to assert Lakota independence and enforce Indigenous rights for the Lakota and other Indigenous people of Turtle Island.

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