See also River GOLD (rivergold.net) for Catholic, Mormon and other sexual abuse Offenders List Home Facts Offenders San Juan Countyex Offenders San Juan County https://www.homefacts.com/offenders/New-Mexico/San-Juan-County.html Project Safe Childhood For more information about Project Safe Childhood, please visit http://www.justice.gov/psc/. Emamdee, Alan Daily Times 2019/05/30   Former doctor cleared sexual assault abuse https://www.daily-times.com/story/news/crime/2019/05/30/former-doctor-cleared-sexual-assault-abuse- farmington-alan-emamdee-san-juan-regional-medical-center/1287076001/ 2017/10/12 doctor accused sexual misconduct abuse patients https://www.daily-times.com/story/news/local/farmington/2017/10/12/doctor-accused-sexual-misconduct- abuse-patients/755821001/ Ferguson Pierce Navajo Times 2016/12/15  Navajo man convicted sexual abuse Police blotter: Navajo man convicted sexual abuse https://navajotimes.com/reznews/blotter/police-blotter-navajo-man-convicted-sexual-abuse/ Lopez, Stephanie Las Cruces Sun 2016/09/21 Baby Briannas mother released prison https://www.lcsun-news.com/story/news/crime/2016/09/21/baby-briannas-mother-released-prison/90813214/ Sloan, Brian Adrian Justice dot gov (2019/05/03) Navajo man Newcomb sentenced life conviction federal child sexual charges https://www.justice.gov/usao-nm/pr/navajo-man-newcomb-nm-sentenced-life-conviction-federal-child-sexual- abuse-charges Excerpt:  ALBUQUERQUE –Brian Adrian Sloan, 33, an enrolled member of the Navajo Nation from Newcomb, N.M., was sentenced yesterday in Albuquerque federal court to life imprisonment for his conviction on aggravated child sexual abuse charges, announced U.S. Attorney John C. Anderson and Special Agent in Charge James C. Langenberg of the FBI’s Albuquerque Division.             The FBI arrested Sloan, in Aug. 2016, on an indictment alleging child sexual abuse offenses.  The indictment was superseded in Jan. 2017, and charged Sloan with sexually abusing two children under the age of 12 years.  The four-count superseding indictment charged Sloan with violating one child on three occasions in 2007 and 2008, and another child in 2003, on the Navajo Indian Reservation in McKinley County, N.M.  Sloan was convicted on all four-counts of the superseding indictment by a jury in Nov. 2018, after a five-day trial.            This case was investigated by the Gallup office of the FBI.  Assistant U.S. Attorneys Novaline D. Wilson and Elisa C. Dimas prosecuted the case as part of Project Safe Childhood, a nationwide initiative launched in May 2006 by the Department of Justice (DOJ) to combat the growing epidemic of child sexual exploitation and abuse.  Led by United States Attorneys’ Offices and DOJ’s Criminal Division’s Child Exploitation and Obscenity Section, Project Safe Childhood marshals federal, state and local resources to better locate, apprehend and prosecute individuals who exploit children via the Internet, as well as to identify and rescue victims.  For more information about Project Safe Childhood, please visit http://www.justice.gov/psc/. Mormon Church Salt Lake Trib 2018 Navajo nation weighs jurisdiction of sexual abuse lawsuits at mormon church https://www.sltrib.com/religion/2018/04/12/navajo-nation-judge-weighs-jurisdiction-of-sexual-abuse-lawsuits-against- mormon-church/ Gallup, N.M. • A Navajo Nation judge is weighing whether sexual abuse lawsuits against The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints should proceed a 2017: Lawsuit Mormons sexually abused navajo foster children. Two Navajo siblings say a foster program that placed Native American children with white Mormon families failed to intervene and stop years of alleged abuse. https://www.thedailybeast.com/lawsuit-mormons-sexually-abused-navajo-foster-children Navajo Women and Abuse: The Context for their troubled relationships. http://www.nec.navajo-nsn.gov/Portals/0/NN%20Research/Psychosocial/2005_%20Navajo%20women%20and%20abuse- the%20context%20for%20their%20troubled%20relationships.pdf In this article, on the basis of interviews with seven Navajo women, the author discusses the Navajo woman’s perspective on domestic violence. These discussions rev eal several factors that distinguish the Navajo woman’s experienceof abuse from that of the Anglo woman.These factors are examined in light of historical and contemporary understandings of the Navajo world. Three cultural elements can help us understand the Navajo woman’s experience of abuse: the cultural concept of h´ozh´o, the searing tale (in the Creation Story) of the quarrel between First Man and First Woman, a quarrel that brought great tragedy to the people; and the Kina´ald´a, the female puberty rite. It is the author’s argument that these facets of the Navajo culture, in addition to Western explanations for women’s staying with abusive partners, are powerful contributors to the Navajo woman’s understanding of abuse in her life and if we are to develop successful techniques for intervention, we must consider these elements as well as those of the dominant culture. updates: 2019/06/07 page started.
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