It's always curious which of the Pechanga Constitution and Bylaws the Pechanga Tribe chooses to enforce. Does anyone believe they will not hesitate to enforce sanctions on tribal members for passing out information? Here's is what is in the fine print of Pechanga's Meeting Notices:
All General Membership Agendas, Notices, Attachments and/or other related documents, including any documents handed
out at General Membership meetings ("Documents") are intended solely for use by the General Membership or the individual Tribal Member to whom the Documents are addressed.
These Documents are considered to contain sensitive, privileged and/or confidential tribal information and
may not be disclosed to non- Tribal Members or otherwise published, posted or disseminated. Any Tribal Member found by the Pechanga Tribal Council to have disclosed, published, posted or disseminated copies or the contents of any Documents shall be subject to sanctions pursuant to Article XIII of the Band's Constitution and Bylaws. Misuse of proprietary tribal documents by non-tribal members will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law . •
Pechanga's Mark Macarro-led Tribal Council is famous for overlooking constitutional provisions of the Band's Constitution. Maybe BIA Direct Amy Deutshke will follow up with her discussions on sanctions for the band, now that she knows they are so hot to trot to do that to their people.
Q: Does anyone believe HOLLAND & KNIGHT or HOLLY MACARRO or IETAN has not been in possession of documents deemed private, sensitive and confidential?