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A Sexual Abuse Victim, and Two Colleagues Who Suspected A Predator Doctor

Shortly after Dr. Stanley Patrick Weber arrived at the Blackfeet Indian Reservation, his colleagues grew suspicious about his interactions with young patients. One confronted Weber.

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In this scene from FRONTLINE and The Wall Street Journal’s joint investigation, “Predator on the Reservation,” two mental health professionals describe feeling uncomfortable about Weber operating an after-hours clinic for children without the presence of their parents or guardians. Joe Four Horns, who was a child at the time, tells us that Weber molested him several times over subsequent visits. He was not the doctor’s only victim.

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