Court of Federal Claims Dismisses Bad Men Clause Suit over Sexual Abuse Perpetrated by Stanley Weber — Turtle Talk

This is one of those cases where you wish you were in a nightmare and could wake up from it. It is about a known pedophile that abused and exploited children at a health clinic for over 20 years. The pedophile was eventually charged and convicted for some of the abuses years later and now will live out his remaining years being taken care of in a cage for the rest of his life. Sorry that’s not enough. Things need to be made right. There also exists a Treaty that says when the US government is made aware of such abuse and exploitation by “bad men” action must be taken to make things right. There is no way to make things right in this case to restore the souls and peace of mind of the countless victims of this monster. Yet, the Treaty needs to be honored with something that could serve in lieu of that intangible restoration. This case is outlined at Turtle Talk. It is disheartening and just plain wrong that the complaint has dismissed. Please keep your eye on this case.

Also, see further down in the post for other information I found about the knowledge that the abuse was happening and no action taken by the government to remove the monster from his access to children.

Here are the materials in Red Cloud v. United States (Fed. Cl.): 1 Complaint 7 Motion to Dismiss 11 Response 15 Reply 21 Surreply 26-cfc-opinionDownload Ratified Indian Treaty 369: Sioux and Arapaho-Fort Laramie, Dakota Territory RG 11 General Records of the U.S. Government

Court of Federal Claims Dismisses Bad Men Clause Suit over Sexual Abuse Perpetrated by Stanley Weber — Turtle Talk

I found an article based on collaborative investigation between The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) and the Public Broadcasting System (PBS) with the headline:

A Pedophile Doctor Drew Suspicions for 21 Years. No One Stopped Him.
The federal government’s Indian Health Service failed to protect Native American boys from Pat Weber’s sexual abuse, despite repeated warning signs

written by Christopher Weaver , Dan Frosch and Gabe Johnson
Feb. 8, 2019 10:32 am ET
If you go to that article, you can also watch the Frontline documentary.

8 Comments Add yours

  1. Carol anne says:

    This is so wrong, its disgusting that he was able to get away with this type of awful behaviour for 20 years. I’m appalled. xo

    Liked by 1 person

    1. msjadeli says:

      I just finished watching the Frontline documentary. Enraged and haunted are the two emotions I’m feeling right now.

      Like

  2. The Hinoeuma says:

    Another fine example of the Feds not giving a rats ass about Native Americans.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. msjadeli says:

      EXACTLY, Vic.

      Liked by 1 person

  3. Badfinger (Max) says:

    No matter the punishment…it’s not enough.

    Liked by 1 person

  4. Appalled doesn’t convey what I am feeling!

    Liked by 1 person

    1. msjadeli says:

      Punam, the documentary is haunting. At least a few of those kid victims are now serving sentences in prison. Don’t tell me that what happened to them as kids didn’t influence their adult lives 😦

      Like

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