Friday, January 20, 2017

ARREST MADE in PALA Reservation MURDER of Carolyn Cagey.

Deputies arrested a suspect Tuesday in the fatal shooting of a woman at the Pala Indian Reservation on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

Milton Trujillo, 34, was taken into custody in front of a store in the 44200 block of

Margarita Road in Temecula, according to sheriff's officials.

Trujillo allegedly gunned down an acquaintance, 43-year-old Carolyn Cagey, with a pistol in an open lot in the 2900 block of West Pala Mission Road about 3 a.m. Monday. Cagey died at the scene, Lt. Kenn Nelson said.

The motive for the slaying and the circumstances that preceded it were unclear, Nelson said.   Investigators allege Trujillo shot Cagey multiple times while she was sitting in a parked vehicle outside her residence on West Pala Mission Road

Thursday, January 19, 2017

About Those Congressman "BOYCOTTING" Trump Inauguration: NOT so FAST, Jared Huffman, Karen Bass, Raul Grijalva, Raul Ruiz

The recent article of the Congressmen who will NOT ATTEND the Trump Inauguration as 45th President of the United States is a veritable WHO? WHO?? of politicians.   

But WE in INDIAN COUNTRY are FAMILIAR with some, who are boycotting because Trump said MEAN things, while they have SUPPORTED Tribes in CA that have you know ACTUALLY abused the civil and human rights of Native Americans.  Detailed below the picture.....

(Photo Courtesy of FUSION.NET)

Ranking member of the House Committee on Natural Resources has avoided discussing disenrollment with aggrieved Natives in his own district turning a blind eye to the abuses.     HOPLAND Tribe is one.


HE SUPPORTED an APARTHEID PRACTICING TRIBE in STEALING water rights from MY FAMILY living on the Pechanga Reservation in Temecula.


Wednesday, January 18, 2017

LEONARD PELTIER DENIED CLEMENCY by Barack Obama. Guess He should've Declared himself a Traitor Like Manning??

Disappointing news...coming a day after Obama commuted the sentence of a traitor to the United States, Bradley Manning.

Peltier’s attorney Martin Garbus appeared on Democracy Now! today.

"I think it’s fair to say that if he doesn’t get commuted by President Obama, he’ll die in jail. He’s a very sick man," Garbus said. "So, Obama’s not granting him clemency is like a sentence of death. Trump ain’t going to do it. And he’s very sick, and he’s not going to live past that time. I don’t want to be negative, but that’s the reality. He’s very sick, and he’s been in prison over 40 years, hard years, six years of solitary."

Garbus was notified of Obama’s decision earlier today.

In an email, the Office of the Pardon Attorney wrote: "The application for commutation of sentence of your client, Mr. Leonard Peltier, was carefully considered in this Department and the White House, and the decision was reached that favorable action is not warranted. Your client’s application was therefore denied by the President on January 18, 2017... Under the Constitution, there is no appeal from this decision."

NYTIMES: WHO Decides Who Counts As A Native American

Seattle writer gets the NOOKSACK story in the NEW YORK TIMES!  And Grand Ronde and Chukchansi are mentioned.

Adopted member, now chairman Bob Kelly:

As chairman, he felt that he had a sacred duty: to protect the tribe from invasion by a group of people that, he would eventually argue, weren’t even Native Americans. “I’m in a war,” he told me later, sketching family trees on the back of a copy of the tribe’s constitution. “This is our culture, not a game.

At the time, Rudy and Kelly were friends, allies on the council. At the long oval table where they met to discuss Nooksack business, Rudy always sat at Kelly’s right. But the debate over whether Rudy’s family qualified as Nooksack tore them apart. Today, more than four years later, they no longer speak. Rudy and his extended family refer to Kelly as a monster and a dictator; he calls them pond scum and con artists. They agree on almost nothing, but both remember the day when things fell apart the same way. “If my nephew isn’t Nooksack,” Rudy said in the council chambers, “then neither am I.”

READ THE WHOLE article at the link above...and SHARE it everywhere.  


CA Supremes say:  DON'T BRING that MESS around here. YOU are NOT TRIBAL   
According to the court, the test should consider the following five factors: "The entity's method of creation, whether the tribe intended the business entity to share its immunity, the entity's purpose, the tribe's control over the entity and the financial relationship between the tribe and entity."
It was found that the tribes' business entities did not satisfy all five points of the test, and therefore could not be recognized as arms of the tribe.
Most significantly, it was revealed that the financial impact from the tribal entities was minimal and that the entities were not sufficiently exercising control over their lending operations.

Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Former Pala Council Member Kilma Lattin on PALA KILLINGS and Tribal Mortality Rate

Pala's membership CONTINUES to shrink and not from their shameful disenrollments of members, but from MURDER and health issues   Here is former council member Kilma Lattin on the mortality rate at Pala.

“It’s beyond words at this moment. It’s just something that we’re all trying to take in,” said Kilma Lattin, a relative of the victim and a former Pala Tribal council member.
Kilma Lattin
former Council Member PALA

Lattin says the victim has been through a lot in her life.

“The victim laid her youngest son to rest a few years ago and then about 10 days ago, one of her twin daughters passed away and the very next day, the other twin had a stroke,” said Lattin.

On Sunday afternoon, the victim buried her daughter who passed away.  Several hours later, she was murdered.

Monday, January 16, 2017

Pala Reservation Becoming the KILLING FIELDS. Another Shooting Death

DANGEROUS area around the Pala Resort and Casino, a woman GUNNED DOWN in front of her home .
Homicide detectives are investigating the death of a 43-year-old woman found outside her home on the Pala Indian Reservation early Monday morning.

Deputies from the sheriff’s Valley Center substation were called to a home on West Pala Mission Road near Chutnicutt Road about 3 a.m. by the Pala Tribal Police Department on a report of an assault with a deadly weapon. When they arrived, deputies found the woman whose body “displayed obvious signs of trauma,” according to a law enforcement statement.
A deputy at the scene described the situation as "hostile." The tribe was upset that body was not yet covered.   

Martin Luther King: Our Nation Born In Genocide...Only Nation with a Policy to Wipe Out it's Indigenous population

“Our nation was born in genocide when it embraced the doctrine that the original American, the Indian, was an inferior race. 

Dr. Martin Luther King
88 year old had he lived

Even before there were large numbers of Negroes on our shore, the scar of racial hatred had already disfigured colonial society. From the sixteenth century forward, blood flowed in battles over racial supremacy. 

We are perhaps the only nation which tried as a matter of national policy to wipe out its indigenous population. 

Moreover, we elevated that tragic experience into a noble crusade. Indeed, even today we have not permitted ourselves to reject or feel remorse for this shameful episode. 

Our literature, our films, our drama, our folklore all exalt it. Our children are still taught to respect the violence which reduced a red-skinned people of an earlier culture into a few fragmented groups herded into impoverished reservations.”

Saginaw Chippewa Going FULL STEAM Ahead on Disenrollments: Statement from the Disenrollees: We are WATCHING - We Remember

We have received information and requests to be published some pertinent information regarding the SAGINAW CHIPPEWA Tribal Disenrollments, as well as the 1982 BASE ROLL of which some current members in control can't seem to be traced to.

We're seeing this more and more, adopted tribal members gaining power and then stripping the citizenship of true blood members

(The fakes and imposters may not know it means: We are Watching and We Remember)

The Saginaw Chippewa Tribe of Mt. Pleasant, Michigan is currently and have been disenrolling lineal descendants of historic members. Chiefs, headsman, medicine men, people who fought and died for the very land promised to them by the United States and other government entities. 

Our ancestors were lied to by the BIA and the United States Government, denied land allotments, imposed treaties and constitutions. Denied basic rights guaranteed under the constitution.

The Saginaw Chippewa Tribe and the Tribal Council profess to want to follow the constitution and to remove non-members. 

The following are examples of how well they follow the rules and how corrupt they are:

Tribal Constitution of 1986-
Article III Section d-
No person adopted into the tribe shall be eligible to hold the office of Chief, sub- chief, tribal secretary, tribal treasurer or tribal council member.

Violation -
Current Tribal Chief- Frank Cloutier (adopted member)

Other adopted members have held one or more of these positions.

Ordinance 14-
Changed over 50+, dating from Feb. 2,1987 up to as recent as Oct. 10, 2016. The last resolution was done 5 days after the first set of current disenrollments.
These are resolutions only, amendments must be approved by the Department of Interior. Therefore the Tribal Council can make changes at whim.

There is no longer a statue of limitations on any disenrollments, regardless of the basis for the proceeding.

No membership is safe, EVER!

1982 Base Roll

According to a James Mills Report dated September 30,1998. Any member on this roll does not have to prove they trace to any roll.
The chiefs that signed the treaties of 1855 and 1864 for the land that is now the Isabella Reservation do not constitutionally trace to any of the assigned rolls of 1883, 1885, 1891 and 1982. Therefore they are not considered to be Saginaw Chippewa. 

The list provided is a small portion of the people adopted to the 1982 Base roll. Many of these people do not reside on the Reservation, some are deceased and never lived on the reservation, some were deceased long before this Roll was ever established.


Why have a 1982 Base Roll if you trace?

Public Act. 99-346
Was established as a Judgement Funds Act for the Saginaw Chippewa Tribe in 1986.

The Tribe was released funds under certain stipulations, one of those stipulations is a non- discriminatory
clause, which they have violated repeatedly by targeting and discriminating against certain membership that
enrolled under an open enrollment period.

Grandfathers Teachings
The Tribe professes to follow theses teaching and to protect their culture. It is evident in the way they conduct
themselves, they know nothing of their culture or of their ancestors. When you do not acknowledge the Chiefs that signed for the Isabella reservation, the hardship of our ancestors , your culture, the meaning of what it is to be Anishinabe you are lost to the Wiindego.

Chief Cloutier and current Tribal Council members:
You bring dis-honor to our ancestors who sacrificed so much to ensure that our people would endure.

Please read the following reports and Books on the Saginaw Chippewa Tribe:

The Gulig Report
An Historical Analysis of the Saginaw, Black river and Swan Creek Chippewa's Treaties of 1855 and 1864
By:   Anthony Gulig, Ph.d July 30, 2007

Supreme Court reversal of Carcieri Implications for Reaffirmed Michigan Indian Tribes
By: Novaline D. Wilson May 7, 2008

Diba Jimooyung Telling our story- A History of the Saginaw Ojibwe Anishinabek

Go to the Ziibiiwing Center and ask to read the archives relating to the Saginaw Chippewa Tribe, the true
history of the Tribe!!