Monday, March 16, 2015

You Want PROOF the Trask Family of San Pasqual Doesn't Belong?

Well, of course there is oral history, but some tribes are so well documented that it could fill a binder, or two, or in the case of San Pasqual and the Trask family SEVENTEEN BINDERS!

17 Binders of Proof, with MORE to come. Can San Pasqual HANDLE the TRUTH?

Yes, tons of documentation, that will be presented.  Can the BIA ignore the evidence?  Which statute will they hide behind?  How far will they stick their heads in the sand?

Read more on San Pasqual:


San Pasqual Lawsuit
San Pasqual Split
San Pasqual Must Lose Right to Run Valley View
San Pasqual Members DENIED their Civil Rights says BIA

12 comments:

Native Diamond said...

Yes...The Evidence is Avast and so very Clear to All native America and If THE B.I.A decides to play the Ignorant fool in Riverside or Sacramento... They better prepare for what's coming.. And the Navajo Nations know exactly what this means..

Anonymous said...

The BIA is NOT interested in the TRUTH. They want to bury the truth and keep on keepin' on...

Alexandra McIntosh said...

The BIA cannot bury this truth! It is ALL in writing! It exposes everything. It is up to tribal members to stand tall and firm and fight this fight for their tribe!

nickey said...

BIA says tribes have the power to control their enrollment issue. But I believe the issue is not enrollment. These people had enrollment status first and what happens second is an unconstitutional and lawless event takes place that results in dis enrollment. Why can't BIA look at the lawless act that took place and not the injuries (meaning dis enrollments). BIA would not be meddling in ENROLLMENT BIA would be addressing "constitutional violations". The dis enrolled need lawyers to step up and " manhandle " the BIA. Something has to give.

Miwok said...

Statewide, BIA, State officials, Board of Supervisors. The Indian continues to be violated and raped. Volumes & volumes and the corrupt powers keep in power. It's mind boggling, devasting for the surviving Ca. Indians.

www.MiwokNation.com

Reinstatement_Restitution said...

The enrollment of the Trask family is not under review by the BIA. Proving the Trasks don't meet the eligibility requirements won't reverse the disenrollments. It does show that the eligibility requirements are being applied selectively. It could show bias and discrimination. It could be evidence that civil rights have been abused.

The BIA can only decide on the matters brought before them. The BIA cannot address "constitutional violations" because the BIA has no jurisdiction over internal tribal affairs. Even though the BIA has the authority to rule on enrollment at San Pasqual, they have consistently deferred to the right of tribes to determine their own membership, and they are trying very hard not to meddle in enrollment issues.

By now it is very clear that the BIA supports disenrollments. It is not just protecting the right of a tribe to determine its own membership. If the BIA was only adhering to the Santa Clara Pueblos v. Martinez decision, they would state that they disagree with tribal leaders who disenroll legitimate tribal members, but are constrained from interference. They would include in their decisions that disenrolled tribal members are entitled to due process, and equal protection under the law, and require that tribal leaders respect the rights of disenrollees.

Instead they give deference to corrupt tribal leaders, they accept the interpretations of tribal law given by tribal leaders, they reject decisions made by the general membership, they look for laws, ordinances, and regulations that allow them to justify disenrollment orders. In every way they act as though individual members have no rights, no entitlement to benefits, and no just claim to land or assets.

The only way to combat the internal agenda of the BIA is to paint them into a corner. Force the BIA to base their decisions on federal law and not on tribal law. Federal law protects the rights of individuals. How do you do this? By making the BIA determine whether or not civil rights have been abused in the disenrollment process.

Anonymous said...

Someone should check the bank accounts of the past and current BIA members.

Anonymous said...

The Book has been written and the Bad Actors are being highlighted again. Come on Macarro et al, follow custom and tradition. Honor ALL Ancestors rights and ALL the good will flow easier. Start fixing the flaws that have been made under your own boat. Do good things inside, settle the liars club issues and honor ALL ANCESTORS and their heirs.

Anonymous said...

bia only steps in depending on those has the checkbook ask Chukchansi members

Anonymous said...

Tribes have the right to determine their own membership. If Tribal Members are upset they should probably first impeach him then work on the issue of disenrollment. Just my opinion

Anonymous said...

If tribal members don't determine membership, and members who disagree with councils and are threatened to be quite or your next. Bad actors share lies and misinform others to cover these acts. Corrupt factions say the tribe did these acts, however the band was taken over and custom and tradition was ignored. Macarro et. al

Anonymous said...

In the old days chiefs guided their people. Now chairmen polititions steal from them. Today they have smooth tonges to lead members astray. Their is no spirutuality to them, they truly have lost their ways. Their faith is in casino's and they listen to the jingaling of slot machines. They are losing their identities and making deals with the evil one. Holy is the name of the Lord and his son Jesus Christ.