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Husband of slain Navajo weaver found dead
The husband of slain Navajo weaver Anita Tsosie was found dead on the Navajo Nation.

Herman Tsosie was the subject of a manhunt following the death of Anita Tsosie on April 9. He was considered a main suspect.

Authorities located Herman Tsosie's truck on the Arizona portion of the Navajo Nation on Sunday. His body was found on the side of a cliff.

The Tsosies had been going through a messy divorce. Anita Tsosie had taken out a restraining order against her estranged husband.

Tsosie was found dead at her home in Colorado, a day before the divorce was finalized.

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Tsosie's body found at bottom of Arizona cliff (The Farmington Daily Times 4/18)
Slaying suspect hunt over (The Denver Post 4/18)

Relevant Links:
Anita Tsosie - http://www.anitatsosie.com
Southwestern Association for American Indian Arts - http://www.swaia.org

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