Monday, August 24, 2015

San Pasqual Tribal FAKERY: Where is ALLEN LAWSON SR. On Federal Censuses? MIA for 29 years

I just received some paperwork on the Trask Family that includes the "mysterious" absence of current San Pasqual Chairman Iron Eyes Allan Lawson's father.  Can the non San Pasqual bloodline get murkier?  How can the BIA just have missed this?

Allen Ernest Lawson, SR
AKA Theophillus Mckinnon born in 1923
Allen was the "first son" of Helen Agnes Trask

BUT, he is not listed as a "SON" in the ACT OF 1928. AND, he is not listed in any INDIAN/FEDERAL CENSUS UNTIL 1952.

SO, where is Allen Ernest Lawson OR Theophillus Mckinnon?


THE MOST REASONABLE EXPLANATION, ALLEN ERNEST LAWSON WAS ADOPTED!

This LINK has the evidence:  Where is Allen Ernest Lawson on Federal Census?

37 comments:

Anonymous said...

Indian census: "The above Indians are originally from Mesa Grande, settled hereon by Former Supt. Amos Frank (ALTHOUGH THE RECORD DOES NOT EXIST)

Anonymous said...

ADOPTED

Anonymous said...

What a minute , all this talk under Mr Lawsons video and now this ? I am the outsider asking all the questions about the Lachappa's.

Mr. Lawson defend yourself on this issue?

Anonymous said...

The BIA subsequently found that Frank Trask was one 1/2 Indian, and counted his bloodline together with that of Leonora Lachappa, allowing two of the nine applicants, Allen E. Lawson Jr.,(aka the chairman) and Cheryl and Lawson Calac to gain access to the tribes membership. This decision was clearly based upon erroneous information since the tribes own records show that Frank Trask was not a San Pasqual Indian himself, as has recently been how to be true by assistant Secretary Larry Echohawk's decision in January 28, 2011, that decision, in and of itself, is sufficient to justify the removal of all Trask and Lachappa descendants enrolled after the 1991 opinion. In that same decision the BIA also found that there was no evidence to support the paternity of Bruno Lachappa, and the remaining seven applicants were rejected as having insufficient blood degree. On March 23, 1994 an appeal of the March 3, 1994 decision was brought on behalf of the denied seven applicants who submitted documents in support of the claim that Bruno LaChappa was not only the uncle of Allen E. Lawson Sr's mother, but that he was the father of Allen E Lawson Sr.. The evidence consisted of the following; (1) death certificate-Allen E.Lawson Sr., (2) Arizona court order of name change-Theophilus Addison McKinnon to Allen E. Lawson. (3) delayed birth certificate as Allen E. Lawson. (4) unsworn, unnotarized hand written note allegedly from Florence Trask alleging Bruno Lachappa to be the father of Allen E Lawson. (5) 1969 Dhaka 80 card application -Allen E. Lawson,Sr. (6) 1969 docket 80 card application Allen E. Lawson Jr., (7) 1928 San Pasqual Census. (8) birth certificate Cheryl Ann Lawson. (9). Declaration of Theresa Trask Barnes. These documents described alleged, supported the applicants position that they carried sufficient blood of the band to qualify for enrollment. Anyone that knows their documents, know that the documents provide that there is nothing that establishes ties with the San Pasqual Indians, and that Frank Trask was not a San Pasqual Indian and that Allen Lawson Sr., formally known as Theophilus Addison McKinnon, was the child of Helen Agnes, Trask, Lawson, Ward, Lachappa And Theophilus Addison Mckinnon, as he Self declared on numerous official documents over the course of his life, in fact, The only evidence submitted in support of this newly created allegation of a different father came in form of two written statements from two family members, Florence Trask and Teresa Trask, near the time the Trask descendants knew they did not have sufficient blood for their generation to gain access to the tribes membership. Neither of these women could base their suspicions a paternity on anything other than hearsay and speculation, and Florence did not sign her statement under penalty of perjury, and it cannot even be verified that the note was written by her, both are self serving proclamations, and are contrary to the information which Allen lawson himself provided in numerous historical documents which were created over a span of decades, as the actual events took place. The two Trask women's claims of unsubstantiated paternity is an invention of convenience, A story first told more than 80 years later when such allegations could not be Substantiated by the people identified.

Anonymous said...

BOOM! The BIA has always known this family belongs to "Mesa Grande" they self-relocated to San Pasqual. The Trask's have always claimed Amos Frank, Supr/teacher approved this relocation but no record can be proven. And Where is Allen Ernest Lawson, SR??????????????????????

Anonymous said...

As the voting record shows Theophilus McKinnon lived in Valley Center and there is a legal presumption that he is Allen Lawson's father since he is identified as such on official birth record. Moreover it is logical to assume that a child would be named at birth after his father as opposed to another unrelated person unless you were adopted. Since the child's mother Helen lived on the San Pasqual Reservation in Valley Center in 1922 and Theophilus lived in Valley Center during the same time, it is far more likely that he and not Bruno Lachappa, residing in New Mexico and Arizona is the father. On his 1969 BIA application 28 years later Allen E Lawson Sr., once again identifies his father as Theophilus Addison McKinnon. The 1930 US census shows that Helen Trask was living in San Diego California, and not in Arizona, she was 23 years old and she had children, Eleanor R Lawson Ray Litton, Earl F Lawson,Audrey maw Lawson toler, Hugh Shelton Lawson, she and her children were not living in Arizona with Bruno Lachappa in 1930. It was only in the late 1980s and early 1990s when the story of a different father of Indian blood was first alleged, only after the applicants had been denied membership due to a lack of sufficient blood degree. Particularly suspicious the actual parties Helen Trask McKinnon, Theophilus McKinnon, and Allen Erine Lawson Sr., were deceased when these claims first surfaced, and when the name Bruno lachappa suddenly first appeared on the death certificate of Allen Lawson Sr., in 1990 no informant is named in that certificate and the information was apparently provided by the Telophase Society and not a family member. In ruling that Bruno Lachappa was Allen Lawson's father so that it would increase the degree of Indian blood to allow other Trask descendants in as members of the tribe, The BIA and they enrollment committee did not consider that. The 1922 voter registration establish that Theophilus Addison McKinnon lived in Valley Center the same place as helen Trask. Even though Allen Lawson Sr., is illegitimate, he has always claimed that he was the natural biological son a Theophilus Addison McKinnon. His own mother Helen Trask identified his father as Theophilus Addison McKinnon, even years later when she applied for his delayed birhr certificate after he had changed his name to Allen Ernest Lawson. There is a strong presumption that his delayed birth certificate naming Theophilus Addison McKinnon as his father is accurate. The Tresa Barnes claim that Helen Trask was living in Arizona with Bruno Lachappa is contradicted by the 1930 U.S. Census what shows Allen Sr's siblings living in San Diego County. As reflected in the California judgment rolls approved in 1933, each of Lachappa Family members claim tribal affiliation through Mesa Grande, and all Trask/ Lachappa descendants claimed Indian blood degrees through their maternal side and not that of the fathers. In 1944 When Allen Lawson Sr's daughter Cheryl was born he once again confirmed his ancestry by stating on his daughters burst certificate that he was 1/4 Indian confirming that he only derived Indian blood through his mother Lenora and none from his father obviously a non-Indian. Resultingly, while there is no credible evidence to support a finding that the biological father of Allen E Lawson Sr., was anyone other than Theophilus Addison McKinnon, it has no effect on the ultimate determination of whether the blood quantum is greater or lesser than that claimed since none of that blood quantum is derived from San Pasqual. These challenged enrollees, even if full-blooded diegueno Mesa grande Indian, do not qualify for enrollment with the San Pasqual Band of Kumeyaay Mission Indians.

Anonymous said...

Outsider....I don't understand if the BIA has oversight and what did Judge Irma Gonazelez say?

Anonymous said...

This is not before the Federal court, yet.

Read all about the Trask's here
http://www.originalpechanga.com/2015/08/san-pasqual-band-allan-lawson-your.html

Anonymous said...

OP....the new type for the headers is really hard to read. It's way too ornate. THANK YOU,!.

Anonymous said...

What happened Dave Toler? no more comments? you scared now 'cus truth is coming out? you need Mommy?

Anonymous said...

If I was the Lawson family I would sue OP for defamation. Hope your ready for a lawsuit OP. The person with the most money wins. Hope the Martinez family can lend you some money. Say goodbye to your little website.

Anonymous said...

Its a BLOG.

Anonymous said...

MMM If you were a Lawson you would sue? But then you say say goodbye to your little website..AND SOUND VERY PISSED OFF LOL.. so are you a lawson? is it not true these are federal records? Sue OP for exposing the truth? I think a lawsuit against the Lawson would be pretty interesting. Good luck to you Lawson. See you very soon in court.

Anonymous said...

https://www.scribd.com/doc/254339815/BUREAU-OF-INDIAN-AFFAIRS-LA-CHAPPA-LAWSON-TRASK-FAMILY-HISTORY

Reinstatement_Restitution said...

Tribal leaders must waive sovereign immunity to sue individuals in court. Otherwise it would be a one-sided affair with one party protected and the other at the mercy of the law. So I say if Allen Lawson wants to sue OP bring it on. Let's see how he fares in court without the protection of immunity and with the evidence subject to the court's review.

Of course that is easy for me to say since I am not one of the parties involved. Lawsuits are not fun even if you have a high likelihood of success.

Anonymous said...

Well then. He probably won't sue. Just ban some members.

Anonymous said...

To: August 25, 2015 at 12:12 PM , ARE YOU KIDDING ME? HAHAHAHA!

"If I was the Lawson family I would sue OP for defamation." BRING IT ON! THE TRUTH IS THE ULTIMATE LEGAL DEFENSE TO A DEFAMATION CLAIM. SO PLEASE, PLEASE ENCOURAGE THEM TO SUE. THAT WAY ALL OF THE TRUE DOCUMENTS CAN GO BEFORE A JURY AND THE WORLD WILL CONTINUE TO SEE THE TRUTH. FELEICIAN LACHAPPA WAS A MEXICAN. HER HALF-BLOOD DAUGHTER LENORA LACHAPPA MARRIED FRANK TRASK WHO WAS 1/2 WHITE OHIO THEIVE AND 1/2 MEXICAN, AND THAT NONE OF THESE PEOPLE HAVE ANY SAN PASQUAL BLOOD. WHAT LITTLE BLOOD ALLEN LAWSON, DAVE TOLER, CHARYL CALAC AND THE HERRERA'S HAVE IS MINIMAL MESA GRANDE AT BEST. SO PLEASE, PLEASE SUE!!!

Hope your ready for a lawsuit OP. The person with the most money wins. IN THIS CASE, THE PERSON WITH THE MOST DOCUMENTS WINS!!!!!
AND, OP MAY GET A WHOLE BOATLOAD OF MONEY FROM THE TRASKS WHEN OP WINS THE SLAPP SUIT AGAINST THEM FOR BEING SUCH IDIOTS!!!
OH, BY THE WAY, I KNOW YOU HAVE NO CLUE WHAT A SLAPP SUIT IS . . . . . . "A strategic lawsuit against public participation (SLAPP) is a lawsuit that is intended to censor, intimidate, and silence critics by burdening them with the cost of a legal defense until they abandon their criticism or opposition." WHEN OP WINS THIS CASE, IT WILL HAVE LOTS OF $$$ RESOURCES TO HIRE LOTS OF STAFF AND PUBLISH EVEN MORE!

Say goodbye to your little website. YOU ARE A REAL IDIOT August 25, 2015 at 12:12 PM. YOU A TRASK OR AN ALTO???

Anonymous said...

Why you so angry? Calling people idiots isn't very nice. Calm down lady. I think you forgot to take Xanax. Your going to have a heart attack. You are madder than actual members of the family. You need a vacation.

Anonymous said...

TO August 25, 2015 at 1:13 PM

"well then. He probably won't sue. Just ban some members." YEP THAT IS EXACTLY WHAT THAT THAT OLD CREEP WOULD DO. HE THREATENED THE ALTO'S BECAUSE THEY DIDN'T BACK HIM POLITICALLY ANY MORE AND THAT'S WHAT HE DID. AND HE THREATENS OTHERS THAT HE HAS HELPED TO GET ENROLL WITHOUT SAN PASQUAL BLOOD, AND THEN HE HAS THEM OVER A BARREL TO DO WHAT HE WANTS WITH THE CORRUPT TRIBAL GOVERNMENT. SO YOU ARE RIGHT ON THERE!!!!

Anonymous said...

TO: August 25, 2015 at 1:43 PM

Ah, that makes sense, the uninformed Alto's are sticking their nose in where it does not belong and show they have no clue about what they are talking about! Is that you, Angela McNeil or is that you, Raymond. It is amazing you would fight against the San Pasqual and stick up for a Trask, when it was the Trask's that kicked you out of the tribe. Shows your intelligence level.

Anonymous said...

Just don't want you to have a heart attack Ms. McIntosh. ALTO'S would never back Lawson. Ever.

In the Spirit of Toypurina said...


Lawson.. If you are gonna sue OP for defamation you also better sue the thousands who support OP. Good luck to you Trasks. Below 2 links about the Trask history. the REAL truth by Attorney McIntosh and Certified genealogist Loraine Escobar.



https://www.scribd.com/doc/276092830/San-Pasqual-Tribes-Royal-Family-Proven-NOT-Blood-of-the-Band



https://www.scribd.com/doc/260488779/Trask-History-Revised-4-15

Anonymous said...

It is so nice the Alto's care about our attorney so much.

Anonymous said...

Martinez family is exposing the same thing the Altos did in 2008. Altos marched in protest with the Hunter family at the Pechanga Casino. Original Pechanga has gained a tremendous amount of information from the Martinezs Attorney about the Trasks. It exposes them but until it is in front of the BIA nothing will happen. I'm sure in due time. Godspeed.

Anonymous said...

August 25, 2015 at 3:37 PM God Bless you and yes God's speed!

Anonymous said...

Soverignty immunity protections for elected officials are only in place when the action in question is within the capacity of the office through which the elected official holds, meaning sovereign immunity only extends as far as the arm of the official capacity of the position held reaches, no more. Personal injury ssues, civil and criminal actions, and family matters are not afforded soverignty immunity protections.

Anonymous said...

A defamation lawsuit will not be about what documents you have or the "truth" about geneaology. His position as an elected official is not being attacked, you are attacking his personal family geneaology (which could be argued is part of his official capacity as tribal chairman, but you are not satirically or ironically attacking his position or his failure to be eligible for that position because of his geneaology, you are just attacking his family and writing libelous attacks concerning his personal life).

Anonymous said...

Lawsuit is coming. You might not like it Original Pechanga.

Anonymous said...

Well, just be sure of one thing before you go file that lawsuit Allen, will the audit of the tribal hall $$$$$$$ come out clean? You know, Allen, the EDA was corrupt and lots of money unaccounted for. Bet the general books are even worse

Anonymous said...

Sometimes the truth hurts, doesn't it Allen!

Anonymous said...

You have the right to sue MR Anal Lawson, please do. An excellent way to have YOU exposed, get media attention, get BIA corrupted officials exposed and all in Federal Court. PLEASE HURRY. I just wonder who will win, OP or a fake wanna be Indian whose family was force and self re-located into San Pasqual, a tribe that does NOT belong to you or ANY of your ancestors. It's not about who has the most money, it's about knowing your REAL history, not the fake history that Dave Toler continues to lie about with no forensic evidence or any sort of backup, oral history does not count, specially when you don't know your traditions. The time is near, expect us...

Anonymous said...

A defamation lawsuit will not be about what documents you have or the "truth" about geneaology. His position as an elected official is not being attacked, you are attacking his personal family geneaology (which could be argued is part of his official capacity as tribal chairman, but you are not satirically or ironically attacking his position or his failure to be eligible for that position because of his geneaology, you are just attacking his family and writing libelous attacks concerning his personal life).

Anonymous said...

Freedom of the press..

Anonymous said...

what about the altos what if they win there lawsuit.then the tribe is gonna have 2 deal with them.heard they have a real good chance of winning there case.i guess what comes around goes around.

Anonymous said...

If the Alto's win their case, let's hope that for the first time they vote with the Martinez family, get the Trask's out and the Martinez descendants in, as they were in 2005, and where they should be now.

Anonymous said...

Good idea!!

Original Pechanga said...

Discovery would be enlightening in a lawsuit.