On October 12, 2012 Corey Kanosh, a 35 year old father and member of the Paiute tribe of Utah was shot and killed by Millard County Sheriff Deputy Dale Josse. His mother called police because she was concerned of him riding in her car and drinking alcohol with his best friend Dana Harnes. She was in fear of them being in an accident and hurting someone they know in their small community. After speaking with the sheriff's deputy, authorities where then alerted that he was searching for armed suspects with a stolen vehicle. Harnes, who was driving the vehicle, and Kanosh where on their way back to the reservation when police attempted to pull them over. Harnes drove away past the reservation into off-road terrain until they hit the rocks and where stuck. Harnes remembers running out the car, west towards the reservation and Kanosh ran east, towards the mountains. “I was running and fell, and I heard the cop talking to Corey, and then the ground disappeared beneath me and I ended up in a ravine. I came up on the other side and heard two guns shots, and then I heard Corey scream" His constitutional rights where also violated by the officers neglecting to provide medical attention after he was shot. Both men where unarmed. Corey Kanosh was well known for his traditional Native American artwork. He was also a champion traditional dancer and a Paiute “Salt Song” singer who performed traditional songs for those who had passed away. Download and SHARE this image.