Scattered throughout the United States, there are small towns that are each unique in their own way. But one town in Nebraska stands out above the rest, Whiteclay. 2 miles away though, lies the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in the state of South Dakota, which prohibits alcohol consumption and possession. Whiteclay then became known as the place to consume alcohol either in the local bars or by purchasing from the liquor stores.
In the summer of 1999, 2 Oglala Lakota Indians from the reserve were killed in front of one the Whiteclay bars which is not an uncommon story, unfortunately. For anyone passing through, they will quickly notice the numerous crosses on the road, each marking the death of someone.
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