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Fighting tribal violence takes more than talk

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The Navajo Nation covers 27,000 square miles and has a population of one-quarter of a million people. Yet, its criminal justice system is woefully inadequate. For example, there are only about 100 beds in various jails combined. The Navajo have many good people, but it is hard to imagine anyone would believe that if justice is being served, 100 jail beds are enough.