Thursday, May 29, 2014

Theft of Per Capita Reaches $770 MILLION. $500 MILLION PLUS for Pechanga Alone FOLLOW THE MONEY

OVER  three quarters of a BILLION DOLLARS, have been stolen by corrupt tribal councils and their leaders, including Mark Macarro of Pechanga and Robert Smith of Pala and the STOOGES, Reggie Lewis and Nancy Ayala of Chukchansi, among others.  Yet, 50 Democrat Senator's are concerned about namecalling?


They claim disenrollments and moratoriums weren't about the money, but the figures don't lie.   The Cherokee Nation is excluding descendents of their OWN SLAVES, which by treaty, should be in the tribe.  WHY?  Because 25,000 is a huge number even if the benefits are small.

The loss of tribal citizenship includes the loss of Federal recognition of Native Americans. Corrupt tribes are harming their own.That's something the Bureau of Indian Affairs, led here in California by Amy Deutschke, buries their heads in the sand to avoid.  They have avoided their duty to protect Native Americans.

We first wrote about this story in January 2011, and many of the numbers have been revised upward. We have reached the 10 year mark for the Redding Rancheria, which terminated the rights of their first Chairman, Robert Foreman.


Follow the Money....

From the Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians in Temecula CA:

The Hunter family has lost $2,073,000 per person, in per capita payments alone. We arrived at that figure by taking the last full year of per capita $268,000/12 months and multiplying that loss times 93 months of disenrollment. 95 adults at the time of disenrollment equals:  $207,630,500


The Apis/Manuela Miranda family was disenrolled two years prior in 2004, our previous posts mistakenly put their disenrollment in 2005. The per capita was slightly less, about $17,000 per month times 122 months of termination: $1,989,000 times 135 adults equals:  $279,990,000

Moratorium People NEVER shared in what was rightfully theirs. The per capita went up to $360,000 per year for those remaining after elimination of 25% of Pechanga’s tribal citizens. 

From the Picayune Rancheria in Coarsegold, CA:

In the case of Chukchansi Gold, the casino had been averaging $5 million per month in payments to the Tribe over the past 61 months (as reported to me by a former Tribal Council member). Not as per capita, but as benefits, housing stipends, heating. 
The tribe disenrolled 625 members whose share would be $3,200 per month. This equates to $124,000,000 stolen. They are now disenrolling an additional 300 members Total ESTIMATE:  $154,000,000


Lets add what we have so far:

Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians: $510 MILLION Includes additional $24 Million in Health Insurance. Corrected Insurance due to coverages, some double covered as family. Per capita losses are $200,000 PER DAY. These totals do not include lost education assistance, tribal jobs, nor does it account for family members that  attained the age of majority since extermination.

Picayune: $ 154.0 MILLION Money is from share of dollars casino sends to tribe per person will grow with 200 just receiving ejection letters..

Redding Rancheria: $ 42 MILLION Totals being tabulating but includes tribal JOBS lost.

Mooretown Rancheria: $13 MILLION   Housing, benefits

Enterprise Rancheria: $3.9 MILLION No Per Capita. Tribe gets revenue allocation. Losses include housing help. 

Pala Band of Luiseno Indians: $30 MILLION. Per Capita loss for 160 members ejected 


United Auburn $2 MILLION per year projection is for one year. and growing by 180 K per month

San Pascual    $15 MILLION in losses for two years of Alto family’s ouster.

Shingle Springs Miwok  $500,000 in just 3 months lost

Nooksack Tribe: $320,000 so far, not included wasted attorney’s fees.
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