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Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Amy Deutske and Dale Risling of Bureau of Indian Affairs say Pala Disenrollee's Appeal Received on Time.

Of course the facts don't matter to the Pala Tribe, so the reaffirmed the termination. And Pala is looking at another 120 for disenrollment too. I'm sure it's because of blood levels and NOT the $13,000 each they'd be able to divvy up. Let's see, $13,000 x 128 is $1,664,000 that the remaining people would split..almost $20 MILLION more a year. Yes, it's the blood.....


The eight people, who are family members of former Pala Chairman King Freeman, filed an appeal with the Bureau of Indian Affairs on June 29, which bureau officials said was within the deadline.

However, for some unknown reason, the tribal council said the appeal was not filed on time.

"This (removal from the tribe) was voted upon by the Enrollment Committee at a duly called meeting of the Executive Committee, on Aug. 3, with a quorum present," Pala Chairman Robert Smith wrote in a letter dated Nov. 3. "The grounds for said action are failure to file your appeal with the Bureau of Indian Affairs within the time period prescribed by law."

Smith's letter contradicts a letter sent by the Bureau of Indian Affairs last month to the eight people saying the appeal was received on time.

"The eight appeals were received at the Pacific Regional Office on June 29, 2011 and were timely filed," according to the letter signed by Amy Dutschke, the bureau's regional director in Sacramento.

Dale Risling, the bureau's deputy regional director, confirmed last week that the letter was accurate and added that the agency was reviewing the case to issue its recommendation

HERE's a QUOTE FROM RISLING: Bureau of Indian Affairs Deputy Regional Director Dale Risling, based in Sacramento, said “quite a few” tribes are going through disenrollments currently.
He said his agency hears about most of them through the media, and not directly, since they don't usually have a role in settling the disputes because of tribal constitutions. “The ones that we really get are the ones that require our involvement.”



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7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Looks like Robert smith is caught in a lie,again.The executive committee has no no credibility following this clowns lead.These are the the ways of the the Great White Thief Howard Dickstein.Lies,lies,lies.......

smokeybear said...

HERE's a QUOTE FROM RISLING: Bureau of Indian Affairs Deputy Regional Director Dale Risling, based in Sacramento, said “quite a few” tribes are going through disenrollments currently.
He said his agency hears about most of them through the media, and not directly, since they don't usually have a role in settling the disputes because of tribal constitutions. “The ones that we really get are the ones that require our involvement.”
That is such a "Cr-aw-ke! Our (Pechanga) Constitution says no "Disenrollments?" So why haven't they(B.I.A.)got involved in settling our "Dispute?" This "Requires" their involvement, as stated above. "Disputes," because of "Tribal Constitutions," also stated above. That's their (B.I.A.) words in print, not mine. They use "Sovereignty" as their "Line Draw'n in the "Sand" when it "Suits Them." They say that they get most of their information from the "Media?" How "Lame is that?" We have "Filed," many times, for review of our situation in connection with our "Constitution and Bylaws" that have been "Violated" and this should "Require" their involvement: "As stated Above!" So as you can see, it all boils down to "Money," and their isn't any in helping "Oppressed Native Americans!" So B.I.A, you've opened your "Mouth, Don't Insert Foot?" Follow the "Violations" of Pechangas' Constitution, and the other "Tribes" that "Requires" your involvement. So do your "Job," B.I.A.!

'aamokat said...

They only hear about most of the disenrollments from the media?

Well we contact them and tell them what is going on but are we invisible to them like we don't exist?

Anonymous said...

All from one mans greed King Freeman.I am a tribal member of PALA BAND and we don't get $13,000.00 lets get our facts straight.
I see when King Freeman was Chairman he made this big ball of knots with his lies and stealing money from his own people,even penciling in FAKE BLOOD just to get HIS CHILDREN ENROLLED.AND IT BACK FIRED ON HIM.Robert Smith is undoing the Knots and strighting out,even his wife and children's Pala blood got effect with this disrollment.
We gave King's family 90DAYS TO PROVE HIS BLOOD Bureau of Indian Affairs replayed still not enough blood to be enrolled.If he has the blood like he says prove it and this SHAMELESS act will all go away that HE STARTED.

Anonymous said...

Some one needs to keep an eye on MS.AMY DEUTSKE,I hear there's much conflict of interest wjth here dealings as an Agent of The BIA !

Anonymous said...

King freeman wasn't the one who pushed the correction of Margarita Brittians blood quantum,the three people were Vivian Banks,Margarit Hilton,Violet Inglett.King Freeman was chairman at the time,he wasn't even at the General Counsel Meeting when it was voted on to restore Margarita Brittains blood.It was voted on and it passed!There were a lot others enrolled at the time also,not just Kings kids so stop your lies!Time to quit blaming everything on King,you sound like an alcoholic or a drug addict who blames everything on everyone else instead of being responsible for you own actions!

Anonymous said...

Margarita Brittain was and always will be 4/4 cupa indian.Thats FINAL!!!The base roll from 1913 states so . i too am an enrolled member of The Pala Band of Mission Indians and i recall a time when i used to hold my head hiGH and say"I'M FROM PALA" NOW ALL I CAN SAY IS IM EMBARRESSED OF HOW OUR EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE HAS USED GREED AND POWER AND OLD GRUDGES TO HURT OUR ANCESTORS FAMILY. PALA HAS FORGOTTEN ALL ABOUT WHAT IS MOST IMPORTANT . THE PEOPLE OUR ANCESTRY FAMILY RESPECT!!I BELIEVE THAT KING FREEMAN IS A MAN OF TRUTH.WE NEED MORE PEOPLE LIKE HIM IN OUR COMMUNITY.AS FAR AS I CAN SEE HE SPEAKS THE TRUTH AND HAS DONE NO WRONG.HIS FAMINLY IS AND ALWAYS WILL BE CUPA INDIANSO THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTE NEEDS TO STOP TRYING TO OUST OUR OWN AND DO WHATS RIGHT. IF THEY WANT TO MAKE DEALS AND POINT FINGERS THEN THEY SHOULD PUT THE TARGET WHERE IT BELONGS ON MIRANDA.