Many family and friends have asked how they can help us get our message out. Well, luckily for us, in the electronic age, we can send e-mail quickly, easily and never have to buy or lick a stamp. Here is a good example of the type of communication that gets the point across of (in this case) Pechanga's corrupt activities and the need for the legislators to look into it.
Thank you Guero, for this letter. Friends and readers, please consider sending something similar to your assemblyperson.
To Whom It May Concern:
The Government's primary mission is to regulate gaming activities on Indian lands for the purpose of shielding Indian tribes from organized crime and other corrupting influences; to ensure that Indian tribes are the primary beneficiaries of gaming revenue; and to assure that gaming is conducted fairly and honestly by both operators and players.
Then there is the corruption and civil rights abuses that have also been taking place but have had no opportunity of evaluation of merit because of sovereign immunity, and it is the responsibility of the government and the people of California to address all issues in accordance with predetermined mandate " to insure the well being of all citizens of California and the United States"
To achieve these goals, the Legislator is authorized to conduct investigations; undertake enforcement actions, including the issuance of violation, assessment of civil fines, and/or issuance of closure orders; conduct background investigations; conduct audits; and review and approve Tribal gaming ordinances, as well as insure their right of self determination as well as have a say in the process of fair and unbiased treatment of others and self in relationship to deciding what is best for all and not letting the influence of money from tribal gaming be the sole decider of economic policy for all of California.
The reason for this call to action is the corruption has gone too far and the perpetrators, specifically Pechanga Officials continue because of the knowledge of sovereign immunity. I am a displaced member of Pechanga who never should have been disenrolled. As a US citizen it is wrong to see the representative whom I vote for looking only at the economic side. There is a human side that is in need of attention. If a group of people can treat blood relatives so badly what makes anyone think that other illegal advantages could not be achieved, and all because of immunity of prosecution and no governmental oversight whatsoever.
Please consider my thoughts this is a growing problem that is not going to go away.