Thursday, January 7, 2016

$800 MILLION POWERBALL JACKPOT: Still Less than Tribes STOLE from Members

UPDATED: Well, we're buying tickets, that's for sure, $675  $800 million is a sizable chunk of money, isn't it? As HUGE as that number seems, it PALES in comparison to the amount of money that corrupt tribes like Redding, Nooksack, Chukchansi, Pala and Pechanga to name just a few, have stolen from their members via disenrollment

NEARLY ONE 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.

Congress turns a blind eye, the Justice Department IGNORES the theft, and all allow tribes to claim, "it's NOT about the MONEY

Read about it: Tribes Have Stolen ONE BILLION DOLLARS from Members Via Disenrollment

2 comments:

White Buffalo said...

At last count it was 1.3 Billion. I bought a couple, so does that mean I am selling out to the hopeful vanity of sudden wealth? Our people have suffered the fate of sudden wealth in some tribes. Most notably it is the leadership who have proven to be susceptible to that witch has ruined the soul by and through idolatry, the worship of money and power. I have many faults, yet corruption as a result of easy money is not one of them, if it was our family would still be members of Pechanga, perhaps I would be a part of the leadership, but the thought sickens me, and what our tribe has done makes my spirit grieve.

O Pechanga said...

Commenters sometimes say we were only in it for the money.

What they don't say, don't remember, don't know, is that our families found out the TOSOBOL family was getting screwed by Frances Miranda, Ruth Masiel and Irehne Scearse, with their paperwork being shuffled and hidden.

THAT would have REDUCED our per capita, but it was the RIGHT THING to do. So which side was concerned about ...MONEY? The side who wanted more, or the side who would have taken less?