Friday, December 6, 2013

Fresno Grizzlies Accept CHUKCHANSI BLOOD MONEY for Naming Rights

Shame on the Fresno Grizzlies.  They had a chance to stand up for the 70 percent of Chukchansi people that have been harmed by their own tribe by refusing to take money from a corrupt tribe.   Yeah, right.  Standing up for human and civil rights is for Mandela, not for white businessmen in Central California.

The Fresno Bee:
Grizzlies President Chris Cummings and Nancy Ayala, council chairwoman of the Picayune Rancheria of Chukchansi Indians, held a ceremonial check signifying the tribe's full payment of this year's naming-rights fee at the downtown stadium.
The check was symbolic -- the tribe covered the $1 million bill with two separate payments about a month ago.
Ayala said the tribe considers it "an honor" to do business with the Grizzlies and the community.
Cummings said the team is "looking forward to keeping this relationship going as long as baseball exists."
The back story, though, isn't quite as cheery.
The tribe, which operates the Chukchansi Gold Resort & Casino near Coarsegold, is in the middle of a bitter internal fight for political control. The tribe usually pays its stadium naming rights fee with a single check in September.
Way to stand tall Grizzlies and Chris Cummings.
Picayune Rancheria of Chukchansi Indians
Picayune Rancheria
Chukchansi thuggery
Nancy Ayala
Chukchansi disenrollment
Chukchansi Council Dispute
Morris Reid

1 comment:

for ALL nations...for ALL chukchansi people said...

guess all those additional families nancy ayala apparently disenrolled over the past month for
"treason" are having their per cap used to pay the million dollar payment? interesting--picayune can't come up with the money to pay their investors, but can manage to do come up with millions of dollars to support other interests, such as this and the funding of the campaign against the north fork mono casino proposal? the sickness grows...