Tragedy surrounds life of missing Alexis Nakota Sioux Nation woman

Hope is hard to hold on to when malicious rumours about the disappearance of Angela Morningstar Alexis are spreading across the Alexis Nakota Sioux Nation in Alberta, says her godmother and aunt Jessica Alexis.

“For her life to be carelessly talked about like that really hurts. That hurts and I wish…somebody would find it in their heart to (understand) this is a human life…You just don’t talk about somebody’s life like that. Like carelessly,” said Jessica.

Angela, 28, was reported missing to the Mayerthorpe RCMP by her father Gerald “Bobby” Alexis on Sept. 2.

She was last seen by family members on Aug. 17, says Jessica, although she may have been spotted travelling on a quad up to two days later.

Angela returned to the First Nation, located 30 km northwest of Edmonton, on Aug. 13, after being released from the Fort Saskatchewan Correctional Centre. She stopped to visit briefly with her sister Isabella in Edmonton before travelling home, Jessica said.

The last family member to see Angela was her uncle Francis at 6:15 p.m. Aug. 17. Angela had used her iPad to Facebook message Francis for cigarettes. He met her at the house she was staying at on the reserve.


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