Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Civil Rights Abusing Tribe, The Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians, Largest Special Interest Donor Tribe

According to a recent Stanford project,   The Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians, founded by an executive order in 1882, has spent more on political contributions than any other tribe in the state since 2000.  The bulk of its donations – 90 percent – worked to sway gaming-related ballot measures, and the tribe had its way each time.  


The tribe, which is well known to have stripped the citizenship of 25% of it's tribe has given  $49,640,206 to winners, $357,063 to losers


Remember when Pechanga, led by Mark Macarro tried to keep Californians from voting? 




See report here  to see how Pechanga has spent some of the money it has stolen from rightful members of the tribe they disenrolled.
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