In Aftermath of Police Killing of Navajo Woman, Navajo Nation Human Rights Commission meets with the City of Winslow

 


ST. MICHAEL’S, NAVAJO NATION— In the aftermath of the brutal killing of Loreal Tsingine, a 27-year-old Navajo mother, on Easter Sunday by Winslow Police Officer Austin Shipley, the Navajo Nation Human Rights Commission met with officials of Winslow, Arizona.

Winslow is a border town where many Navajo Nation citizens reside.

On April 13, 2016, the Navajo Nation Human Rights Commission (“Commission”) had a meeting with Winslow’s Stephen J. Pauken, City Manager, Ellen Van Riper, City Attorney, Stephen Garnett, Chief of Police, and Lt. Kenneth Arend, Patrol Commander. At the meeting, the Commission followed up on a Monday, April 4th letter sent to the City of Winslow requesting the following information:

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