RE-RELEASE: Kaysera Stops Pretty Places

Aug 11, 2021, 04:00 AM

Kaysera Stops Pretty Places was 18 years old and a member of the Crow Nation. She disappeared in Hardin, Montana in August of 2019. Five days later, she was found deceased under suspicious circumstances. Her death was classified as “suspicious,” however, there has been no investigation into what really happened to her, or who could have done this. Investigating authorities have perpetrated numerous ethical violations and continuously enabled one another in doing so.

Kaysera is one of far too many Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls across the United States and Canada.

This is an updated and re-released version of my original episode on this case.

During the month of August 2021, Kaysera's family is launching their second annual month of action, and they need our help to demand justice for Kaysera. Please follow the Justice For Kaysera Facebook page for updates about how you can help, linked below.

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Music: "Poisoned Rose" by Aakash Gandhi

• "Justice for Kaysera: Native Teen's Mysterious Death Highlights Epidemic of Murdered Indigenous Women." Democracy Now. YouTube. October 10, 2019.,the%20cause%20of%20her%20death.