FBI releases the names of 192 missing or murdered indigenous people
We continue our coverage of the outcry for missing or murdered indigenous people. The FBI just released a list of possible victims and seeks your help solving these cases.
In that list, there are the names of 192 missing or murdered indigenous people. The FBI began this initiative back in July, and they work with federal, state, local, and tribal agencies to find justice for the families of those affected.
The FBI has been putting out monthly lists of validated missing indigenous persons. The list released in October shows 68 indigenous women and 124 indigenous men who are believed to be missing or murdered. 23 of the 192 total are under the age of 18.
Since September, 27 new names have been added to the list, but 18 names have been removed.