Monday, April 17, 2017

DIRECT DESCENDANTS OF JOSE JUAN AND GUADALUPE, ORIGINAL MEMBERS OF THE HISTORICAL BAND OF SAN PASQUAL INDIANS, FORCED TO FILE SUIT IN FEDERAL COURT TO BE FEDERALLY RECOGNIZED MEMBERS OF THE SAN PASQUAL BAND AFTER BIA FAILURES

This despite the fact the Bureau has known for decades, the BIA wrongfully enrolled hundreds of Non-San Pasqual Indians in the Tribe and whose families have conspired with the BIA to keep the True San Pasqual Indians from enrollment in their Tribe, and from Federal Recognition .

San Pasqual Indians
Jose Juan and Guadalup


I have the the complaint HERE (START AT PAGE 13)

How can Bureau of Indian Affairs defend their defense of non-San Pasqual Indians, versus their defense of non-San Pasqual Indians?  It makes NO sense!  
If you think the OROVILLE DAM break would be a disaster, think what is coming up for California's Bureau of Indian Affairs, headed by Amy (her again?) Dutschke. The implications of what the B.I.A.  has done at San Pasqual is STUNNING.  There is a lawsuit outstanding now for $89 million the last I heard.   Is the Sacramento Office of Bureau of Indian Affairs going to attempt to defend their fraud and conspiracy, against the enrollment of the True San Pasqual Indians?   How will Sacramento of Bureau of Indian Affairs, complicit in the corruption of THEFT of INDIAN HERITAGE of Jose Juan & Guadalupe Descendants, defend their enrollment of non-San -Pasqual Indians against the True San Pasqual Indians?

The matter of Jose Juan, wife Guadalupe and daughter Modesta Contreras, which we wrote about in April 2014 has reached the filing stage.  Our U.S. Attorneys will be defending the United States of America.  The documentary evidence we've seen is ...overwhelming.   Might they settle to save this from becoming COBELL in magnitude and costing taxpayers hundreds of millions??



My free pacer account has expired, but I was able to cull some documents from the Case  Alegre et al v. Contreras  which is curious in that..it would seem that it should be v. Sally Jewell, as she was in charge of the Interior Department, so I guess RYAN ZINKE gets to be named?

We've reported quite a few times about Director Dutschke in this issue at San Pasqual here and her involvement with 'family membera' who all seem to be from different tribes. Click here to read about all those issues.  And one of her family members used her position to threaten an attorney for the Pala disenrolled and putting some Pala people in danger.

We just wrote about the Bureau's OKIE-DOKE on FOIA requests by Coordinator Douglas Garcia, but is this incompetence, or intent?


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