Thursday, August 17, 2017

DOJ DENIED! San Pasqual Descendants and Enrolled Members Suits ORDERED CONSOLIDATED

THIS IS A VICTORY, as ALL FEDERAL DOJ motions WERE DENIED.

Seeking JUSTICE or
Attempting to THWART JUSTICE?


Latest NEWS on the San Pasqual lawsuits from FB pages:

The filed suit against the U.S. Government on behalf of the true San Pasqual descendants and separate suit against the U.S. Government on behalf of certain Federally Recognized enrolled tribal members.


We also filed a motion to consolidate all cases. 


The US Government filed 12(b) motions to dismiss for lack of subject matter jurisdiction - the court can't hear the case; lack of standing - which means you are not in a position to bring the case; expiration of the statute of limitations - the suit needed to be brought within 6 years, and with respect to certain causes of action, within 2 years. They were not dismissed for ANY of the issues raised by the US Government. The Judge could have said, you are done, too late, statute of limitations are over . . . OR you don't have standing, etc. 

The Judge could have completely dismissed everything on ONE or ANY of the arguments the government asserted.
BUT HE DIDN'T. Rather, the Judge ordered the true San Pasqual descendants AND the Federally Recognized enrolled San Pasqual tribal members separate law suits be consolidated into one single complaint. 


We have 30 days to file a single complaint on behalf of ALL TRUE SAN PASQUAL INDIANS, descendants, enrolled members, EVERYONE.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wishing you the best of luck. It would be so nice to see someone good win.

WeRone said...

"ALL" descendants is so enlightening to hear. TRUTH will always prevail and I hope for ALL it is sooner than later. Thank you for sharing the TRUTH again.

Anonymous said...

That is right. This also means someone objectively looked at the data with a mind. I bet now their government is second guessing themselves on how to correct this. Well its to late because those true bloodlines are coming home. Well done and keep fighting. The funny part is its the own United States and Tribes documents that are proving their win. LOL thought you didn't save everything. You helped them win their case good job. LOL

Anonymous said...

IF YOU DON'T HAVE THE BLOOD, YOU DON'T HAVE THE BLOOD. SIMPLE AS THAT. LMFAO at all your frivolous lawsuits.

Anonymous said...

Oh, August 27, 2017 at 5:40 P.M., always the negative-nellie attacks on the Natives of San Pasqual. They are enlightening, however. You are a racist who is against real Native Americans. And, you are a jealous. If the true San Pasqual descendants didn't have the blood, which was not only part of the lawsuit, but the documents put in evidence to support their blood. So, looks like the Federal Court Judge didn't think it was so frivolous.

Anonymous said...

Frivolous? If they didn't have the blood they would of dismissed it? What is 1 plus 1? 3? Try again Frivolous.

Anonymous said...

It's going to just come down a blood test. Simple as that. If the Lawson's and trask's dot want to comply, then they can fuck off.

Anonymous said...

Regardless of which tribe, this is a victory for Natives throughout Indian Country. One small step forward in your quest - inspiration for all.

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