New Assistant U.S. Attorney speaks about work with Indigenous communities

Written by on June 13, 2024

Bree Black Horse has been working as the Assistant U.S. Attorney dedicated to prosecuting Missing and Murdered Indigenous People cases in the Northwest.

Black Horse joined the Office as part of the U.S. Department of Justice’s Missing or Murdered Indigenous Persons Regional Outreach Program.

It focuses on collaboration among tribal, federal and state governmental and other partners. She will prosecute cases throughout Washington state, Oregon, Montana, Idaho and California.

In May, Black Horse . . .

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