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Indianz.Com > Suicide raised as major issue during NCAI's annual convention: As AFN drew to a close on Saturday, 49-year-old Anthony Dean Choquette committed suicide at the Dena’ina Civic and Convention Center. Dozens of people, including some now at NCAI, saw the tragedy unfold or knew people who were deeply affected by it.

"One of my childhood friends witnessed it. My cousin witnessed it and it shook them up to have something like that done in such a public matter," said Benjamin Miyasato, the treasurer of the Sitka Tribe. "That is painful. Suicide is very painful."

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