Long after tragic mysteries are solved, families of Native American victims are kept in the dark

This Feb. 6, 2024, image provided by the Navajo Nation Police Department shows a missing persons flyer with details about Philbert Shorty. The Navajo man's family had searched for him for more than two years not knowing that authorities had secured a confession in October 2021 that he had been killed weeks before being reported missing. Many Native American families remain frustrated by communication gaps with law enforcement agencies amid continued high rates of disappearances and slayings in Indian Country. (Navajo Nation Police Department via AP)

This Feb. 6, 2024, image provided by the Navajo Nation Police Department shows a missing persons flyer with details about Philbert Shorty. The Navajo man's family had searched for him for more than two years not knowing that authorities had secured a confession in October 2021 that he had been killed weeks before being reported missing. Many Native American families remain frustrated by communication gaps with law enforcement agencies amid continued high rates of disappearances and slayings in Indian Country. (Navajo Nation Police Department via AP)

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