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Monday, August 13, 2012

Letter Requesting Congress Enforce The Commission of Authority Regarding Tribal Enactments


Here is a letter that can be copied and sent to your congress person.  It's asking congress to enforce the Commission of Authority.   Apparently the word is coming through that the Pechanga council is upset with all the letters being sent to Washington DC.   All the more reason to keep sending them in.   Thank you for your support.

Read more on the Masiel Basquez Crime Family

Honorable Congressperson

I’m asking you to enforce the Commission of Authority Regarding Tribal Enactments Section 18 Paragraph 3) States Tribal enactments disenrolling persons found not to meet the established enrollment criteria. The commissioner’s approval of such action shall be subject to appeal to the Secretary of the Interior.

 Paragraph 4) The commissioner shall forward to the secretary, with a recommendation, ordinance, resolution, or contracts which, in the opinion of the commissioner are: inconsistent with an act of congress or with a treaty or with tribal constitution or charter under which the ordinance, resolution or contract was adopted, enacted, or negotiated; or should be disapproved or rescinded for any other reason.

 Paragraph 5) Notwithstanding the provision of section 25 of this order, the Commissioner shall not redelegate the authority granted in this paragraph to any officer or employee who pursuant to a tribal constitution or charter passes upon ordinance, resolution, or contracts.

Now I have heard the B.I.A. excuse (1 that it is the bands inherit right to determine its own membership in accordance with its tribal laws. Now the band has determined our right not to be disenrolled by writing and voting in the tribal constitution and bylaws. It is the tribal enrollment committee and council that went against tribal law. (2 they pointed out the Santa Clara Pueblo vs. Martinez case and the Wheeler vs. United States Dept of the Interior. The Martinez case had to do when a male member marries a non member his children can be members but when a female members marries a non member her children cannot be members. They wanted to have the tribal constitution and bylaws change for sexual bias. Also they pointed out the Wheeler vs. United States Dept of Interior. This case had to do with election issues. We are not asking to change our tribe’s constitution or bylaws nor are we asking for election recount or runoff elections. We are asking to follow to the letter of what the Commissioner of Indian Affairs Delegation of Authority Regarding Tribal Enactments section 18. Is written for.

Recently, Jennie Miranda, Larry Miranda, Anthony Miranda, Andrew Miranda and Raymond Miranda have been disenfranchised from the Pechanga tribe for illegally buying and selling slot machines and possible money laundering.  In a criminal case of Ryan Robinson and James Riley for insurance scamming of Pechanga, employees perjured themselves on the stand and Pechanga board members would not testify.   They refused to testify because both Anthony or Jennie Miranda were PDC board members.   They were involved in this and had some part in this so the case was dismissed.


This is the same family that is behind the disenrollment. As I have ask you before to step in before a new criminal organization starts because of no checks and balances well it looks like it has started and you have refused to do anything.
Now it looks like we have the Indian mafia courtesy of sovereignty and congress refusal to step in. just how many of these gaming tribes have illegally disenrolled and committed criminal act behind sovereignty and congress refusal to step in.


This is a federal issue that affects all Native Americans no matter what state and the Commissioner of Indian Affairs Delegation of Authority Regarding Tribal Enactments section 18. Is federal statute that written for all Native Americans no matter what state. I want an answer on the B.I.A. responds to what they have pointed out and I have question that it does not apply for those very reasons. By enforcing the Commissioner of Indian Affairs Delegation of Authority Regarding Tribal Enactments section 18. It will let these corrupt tribal governments know that they are not above the law.

If the tribe refuses to commit to the ruling or even acknowledge section 18 then all federal funding, grants and benefits will be cut off until a conclusion can be met though aberration.

For more information please refer to http://originalpechanga.com  a blog chronicling the aforementioned activity.  You cannot allow tribes to use sovereignty as a club to beat the weak and helpless.

15 comments:

pala.rez.bird said...

If this petition gets 25,000 signatures by September 15, 2012, the Obama Administration will issue an official response.

You can view and sign the petition here:


http://wh.gov/geb7


Here's some more information about this petition:


Enforce the Indian Civil Rights Act of 1968. Protect citizens in Indian Country and hold tribal officials accountable.

Stop civil rights violations in Indian Country. Indian tribes have violated, and continue to violate the civil rights of their citizens. Indians have been denied the basic due process, equal protection, and other rights provided to any other citizen of the United States. Convene an oversight hearing regarding the enforcement of the Indian Civil Rights Act of 1968 ICRA. Congress failed to include an effective enforcement mechanism within the ICRA that would hold tribal officials accountable for committing the prohibited acts. Tribal officials abuse the doctrine of sovereign immunity to escape prosecution for violating laws intended to protect the victims of their actions. Hold tribal officials accountable for committing the prohibited acts. Enforce the Indian Civil Rights Act of 1968.

Anonymous said...

You should ensure your facts are correct before posting and requesting others to forward letters to Congress. It is really getting old regarding the misinformation you are spewing....

Anonymous said...

Please tell us whats not correct?

spew master?



Anonymous said...

What fact where not true the Santa Clara Pueblo vs. Martinez case had to do with changing tribal constitution and bylaws pertaining to enrollment. The wheeler vs. Unite States dept of Interior had to do with tribal election result and recount issues. If you don’t believe this fact you should look them up its public record. As far as Ryan Robinson and James Riley being dismiss and Pechanga perjuring themselves and a Pechanga official involvement it was in southern California news and now the case is done it is public record. Now Mark or John Macarro you were at the tribal meeting and it is on the tribal minuets Jennie, Larry, Anthony, Andrew and Raymond Miranda were disenfranchised for buying and selling slot machines illegally and when you buy and sell illegally you normally have to launder the money to make it legal. The Commission of Authority Regarding Tribal Enactments Section 18 if you read it does not changes a tribe’s constitution or bylaws it only enforces them against though that disregard tribal law for their own gain. So the question to you is show us what fact we have got wrong not just say it with no backing.

Anonymous said...

U.S. v. Wadena, ___ F.3d ___ (8th Cir. 1998) (No. 96-4141) Rick Clark and Jerry Rawley, White Earth Chippewa officials were found guilty of tribal election fraud. They argued the federal government does not have jurisdiction to criminally charge them for election fraud because tribal elections are exclusiving within the jurisdiction of the tribe.

This case criminalized the ICRA

Anonymous said...

the U.S. government serves as a trustee and has a direct responsibility as a trustee to protect the civil rights granted by Congress to the Native Americans living on the reservations.

Anonymous said...

We believe failure of the United States to assert criminal jurisdiction over activity on a reservation when the tribal government no longer operates legitimately would be an abrogation of the U.S. government's trustee relationship with tribes such as the Chippewa or pechanga (get the point )

Anonymous said...

We thus conclude that Clark and Rawley may be prosecuted in federal court under § 241 because such conspiracy encompassed a violation of the ICRA, a law of the United States.

GET THE POINT?

Anonymous said...

Theres that word again (conspiracy) is my voice to meek to be heard?

smokeybear said...

"Conspiracy To Defraud" is well within the range of your voice, and others. If you can get past that..."Sovereignty Issue!"...
"Eagle Eyes."

Thinking out loud said...

Now your talking smokey and the United States Attorney or Eric Holder is the one to bring these charges why?

The U.S. government serves as a trustee and has a direct responsibility as a trustee to protect the civil rights granted by Congress to the Native Americans living on the reservations.

In 1928, Congress passed “An Act Authorizing the attorney general of the State of California to bring suit in the Court of Claims on behalf of the Indians of California,” which permitted Indians living in California to sue the United States for all claims arising from the uncompensated taking of Indian lands in California. 45 Stat. 602 (May 18, 1928). The Act also directed the Secretary of the Interior to make a roll of Indians living in California that met the criteria for entitlement to any judgment from litigation provided under the Act. The resulting roll was published in 1933.

Anonymous said...

Obahma's busy taking care of the illegal's right now, he needs their vote, forget about the indians, they come first!

smokeybear said...

It is nice to know that there are so many safeguards in place for the "American Indian" to be shielded from being "Victimized!" So where are they? An why haven't they been brought into play? It's called "Sovereignty," and the miss use of such by the "Government(Indian Affairs)" and the "Casino Indians" alike. There is no ryme or reason other then the amount of $$$$ that both sides can amass.
"Corruption and Criminal Acts" are so blatant throughout Indian Country, anybody with half a mind can see it. The "I.C.R.A." was put into place to address these issues, but no meat for prosecuting these wrong doers. You speak of "Trustee" and "Responsibility," so where is it? The standard "Blind Eye" and the "Casino Indians" running
"Amuck!" That is the "Reality" that "Native Americans" have to endure, and "Sovereignty,".....WELL?"...
"Eagle Eyes."

smokeybear said...

Well, let us take a look at the "Master Hack..."Anotherview" and his newest "Stage Name"...one of the many "Anonymous." Did he really think by going into the many facited realms of the "You
don't know who I am"...A.K.A..."Anonymous," that we wouldn't recognize his blatant lies? (Dear Reader, and Non Indian, and No Proof!) His overall problem is he can't sell it, for there is overwelming proof to the contrary, and he just continues to sprew his "Unfounded Dribble" thinking that someone, on the off chance, might believe his "Misspoken Jiberish." Are you the "Official Spokeshole" for the "Corrupt and Criminal Macarro Cartel?" If so, you fail miserably!
If you think you have proof, put it out there, or take a "Hike," for you can't sell your "Lies Here.
..."Eagle Eyes."

smokeybear said...

Anonymous said...
You should ensure your facts are correct before posting and requesting others to forward letters to Congress. It is really getting old regarding the misinformation you are spewing....

Oh, the facts are "Correct!" Tell us "What Misinformation? Oh, that's right..."You Can't!"....
..."Eagle Eyes."