Alexander responded to questions from The Bellingham Herald with a memo, noting she normally refrains from speaking to the media but needed to respond to Kelly’s accusations to “set the record straight.”
In response to Kelly’s reference to advocacy, Alexander wrote, “I have no idea what he is talking about.”
“I am not part of, nor have I ever been part of, in his words, ‘some movement towards changing tribal courts in a certain direction,’” Alexander wrote. “Mr. Kelly says, ‘I don’t claim to understand what it was but that’s what I was told.’ I would surely like to know: Told by whom? And where did that person get the information? The allegation is complete nonsense.”
Word is coming from the Nooksack people that tribal court judge Susan Alexander, who recently ruled against the tribe in their corrupt effort to skirt tribal law against the NOOKSACK 306.
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Other tribes will hide their heads in the sand and while chanting "SOVEREIGNTY". But this is abuse of civil rights of the highest magnitude. This tribe should be SHUNNED.
Here was the Nooksack Announcement on Alexander hiring
Judge Susan Alexander will be presiding over theTribal Court starting June 1st. We are excited to have her and she came highly recommended by JudgeMontoya-Lewis, who was asked to take a seat at the Whatcom County Superior Court.
SO WHAT HAPPENED? The tribe got LESS EXCITED as they found Judge Alexander followed the LAW and was HONEST?
Great work by the BIA and the Senate/House committees on their oversight responsibilities.