Supplemental Fidiciary 5.10.12
Robert Smith and the Executive Committee feel they are above the law to the point where they all believe they can violate the plain provisions ofthe Tribe's federally approved Constitution without suffering any consequences.
Appellants urge the BIA to strongly assess Appellants' position that it is acceptable for the Department ofthe Interior to admonish their Executive Committee ofits open violations oftheir ICRA rights as guaranteed under their federally approved Constitution and Articles ofAssociation that the United States ofAmerica is ultimately responsible for enforcing compliance.
The Department of Interior must stand firm with Appellants against the Pala Executive Committee who feels it is beyond the reach of law and morality where it does not have to respect the plain provisions of its own federally approved Constitution. III.
In closing, Chairman Smith and the Executive Committee are violating Appellants' I CRA rights by not recognizing the Savings Clause in the Constitution and disenrolling them without legitimate facts or reasons, all in blatant disregard to their human rights. Intrusion by the BIA into this debacle is justified as in the execution of the Federal Fiduciary's duty to correct violations by the Tribe of the federally approved Constitution.