Thursday, August 20, 2015

Soboba Tribe Claiming Ancestral Territory of Gabrieleno People In Dealings With City of Industry

I received a document from Chairman Andrew Salas of the Gabrieleno Kizh who is dismayed that the Soboba Band of Luiseno Indians from Hemet is claiming ancestral ties to the San Gabriel Valley that is well known to be Gabrieleno area.   This is what happens, when a non federally recognized tribe gets no justice.

SHAMEFUL


9 comments:

Anonymous said...

it looks to me that they have also grabbed up the Pechanga Reservation's land.

Anonymous said...

Isn't joe ontiveros Gabrieleno?? The Soboba territorial expansion has only really occurred since Joe started working there. I think he gets a percentage of each monitoring job he gets for Soboba. If he has to step over traditional boundaries to increase his salary I guess he is quite willing to do that.

Anonymous said...

That's what gangsters do, fight over territory. Soboba Band of Thug Mission Indians. Do they forget when the drunk catholics use to sodomize them?

Cody Iron eye said...

Joe Ontiveros is NOT Gabrieleño
We of the a Native Gabrieleño community know our people and Joe is Not who he says he is!!!

Cody Iron eye said...

Joe Ontiverios needs to understand that because you grew up in San Gabriel does NOT automatically make you a Gabrieleño.

Cody Iron eye said...

Joe Ontiverios you Need to follow your true Roots.
So I share this link with You it will help you follow your true Roots and connect you to your traditional Instruments .

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Anonymous said...

Wasn't Saboba run by a crooked Chief too and his cronies who were named as managers after he got caught?

Cody Iron eye said...

So what makes you think you’re a California Indian? A Certificate of Degree of Indian Blood1 [CDIB] issued by the Bureau of Indian Affairs [BIA], a federal agency, a branch of the Department of the Interior [DOI]? Think again.


http://nostoneunturned.us/pages/articles.html, go to the second article and click on Worthless Paper.