THE PROOF IS IN THE PUDDING
And so it is. Speak the truth about Pala and get punished. In an apparent desperate move on the part of the (Illegal) Pala Executive Committee, two legitimate Cupeño descendants of Warner Ranch Evictees have been placed on the Pala Band of Mission Indians meeting agenda for “EVICTION”.
The facts have been presented here on Original Pechanga Blog. The facts have not been disputed. Those facts truthfully show that Howard Maxcy, Theresa Nieto and Dion Perez are not from Pala. Now here they go again attacking the rightful descendants of Warner Ranch Evictees. In an effort to hide their proposed sinister actions they hope they can persuade the General Council of Pala to do their dirty work for them.
As a matter of fact, the only business before the General Council is evictions. There is no other business. Doesn’t anyone consider it odd that a multi-billion dollar tribe does not have any real business to discuss? What about economic development projects? What about the current financial status of the casino? What about those lands being taken into trust for the Pala Band of Luiseno Mission Indians (Old Pala) purchased with Warner Ranch Evictee moneys? What about the recent fights, shootings, vehicular accidents and other forms of assault that have occurred on the Rez over the last month? I guess these subjects are not worthy items for the Pala General Council to discuss.