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MT ASHLEY LORING HEAVYRUNNER: Missing from Blackfeet Reservation, MT - 5 June 2017 - Age 20

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  1. Blue G 3

    Blue G 3 Well-Known Member

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  2. Blue G 3

    Blue G 3 Well-Known Member

    Montana woman's disappearance 1 of many Native American women missing or dead

    Ashley HeavyRunner Loring, a 20-year-old member of the Blackfeet Nation, was last heard from around June 8, 2017. Since then her older sister, Kimberly, has been looking for her.
    Ashley's disappearance is one small chapter in the unsettling story of missing and murdered Native American women and girls.

    https://billingsgazette.com/news/st...cle_9d36ec28-ba22-5d30-9764-0f70eb37a287.html
     
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    Find Ashley FB page

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  4. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    Family of Ashley Loring HeavyRunner still searching for clues

    The family of Ashley Loring HeavyRunner is still searching for answers after she went missing 20 months ago.

    In December, Kimberly Loring, Ashley’s sister, testified in front of the United States Senate Committee on Indian Affairs about her experiences with law enforcement and their response to her sister’s disappearance.

    She said since the hearing, the FBI has received multiple tips about what happened to Ashley. Loring added she is in contact with the offices of both Senator Steve Daines and Senator Jon Tester.

    Following the Senate Committee hearing, both Daines and Tester reintroduced Savanna’s Act. The Act would require the Department of Justice (DOJ) to update the online data entry format for federal databases relevant to cases of missing and murdered Indians to include a new data field for users to input the victim’s tribal enrollment information or affiliation.

    Tester is also sponsoring the SURVIVE Act, which would give tribes access to a critical source of funding they can use to help survivors of sexual and domestic violence get back on their feet.

    https://krtv.com/news/montana-and-r...loring-heavyrunner-still-searching-for-clues/
     
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  5. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    FBI: Human remains found on the Blackfeet Reservation are not Ashley HeavyRunner Loring

    A set of human remains found on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation last December were not those of Ashley HeavyRunner Loring, the FBI has concluded.


    The Dec. 13 discovery of human remains on the reservation sparked speculation that they might be HeavyRunner Loring. But the FBI Laboratory in Quantico, Va. has concluded otherwise.

    “Anthropological analyses suggest that the remains are of probable historic or ancient origin,” it announced in a press release Friday. “The examination also estimates that the remains are that of a Native American male, between 45 to 60 years old.”

    https://billingsgazette.com/news/st...cle_5488986a-d813-5a5a-99bf-1f792347e5d5.html
     
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  6. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

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    Reward in Ashley Loring HeavyRunner case increased to $15,000

    The reward for information leading to the prosecution of person(s) responsible for Ashley Loring HeavyRunner’s disappearance is now $15,000.

    The Bureau of Indian Affairs is offering $10,000 while the Blackfeet Tribal Business Council has offered $5,000.

    Loring has been missing from the Blackfeet Reservation for almost two years. She was last seen in Browning in June of 2017, but there is confusion about the exact day.

    Loring‘s family and friends will hold a walk to bring awareness to Missing and Murdered Indigenous People in June.

    Her family hopes more families with missing or murdered loved ones will join them so their voices can also be heard.

    The walk will take place June 8 at 1 p.m. starting at the Blackfeet Community College.

    https://krtv.com/news/montana-and-r...about-ashley-lorings-disappearance-increased/
     
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  7. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    “We are going to find you:” 2nd anniversary of Ashley Loring’s disappearance passes

    Ashley Loring HeavyRunner has now been missing for two years.

    For her family, it’s a nightmare that won’t end.

    Kimberly Loring, Ashley’s sister, said it’s unbelievable she’s still looking for answers.

    “I should be talking to Ashley,” she said. “But I am still looking for Ashley.”

    Ashley’s cousin, Lissa Loring, said sometimes they lose their faith due to how much time has passed.

    “Why is it such a small town and no one is saying anything?” she asked.

    Kimberly believes something awful happened to her sister. She told MTN News there are people who know what happened.

    “If we have to live with the pain, they have to live with the shame,” she said.

    After two years with no real leads, the frustration of not knowing what happened to Ashley is finally coming to a head as others have moved on.

    https://krtv.com/news/montana-and-r...rsary-of-ashley-lorings-disappearance-passes/
     
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