The United States Department of Interior’s Inspector General, published a report December 11, 2018, that the Bureau of Indian Affairs requested an audit of the Crow Tribe’s methamphetamine initiative program. Crow Tribe officials were unable to account for a $150,000 grant given in 2015 toward the program. The report also claims they could not perform the audit because the tribe didn’t provide the necessary documents. The Crow Tribe released a statement saying: “The missing money went to the re-election campaigns of the current Crow Tribe Vice Chairman, Vice Secretary, Secretary, and former Chairman, Darrin Old Coyote. The audit in question was during the time of a previous administration. The current Chairman, AJ Not Afraid, is forthcoming about more audits of the Crow Tribe and we expect more audits to come in the future.” Get the whole story at;

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