Tuesday, April 4, 2017


WHO is the Nooksack attorney?
Appeals court MIC DROPS the Nooksack Tribe's attempt to say the court has NO JURISDICTION in bold below and linked here  SILENCE from Sen Maria Cantwell on this abusing tribe

Our Supreme Court's decision is binding on remand. Notably, NBC filed a
counterclaim for declaratory relief.57  It would be incongruous for NBC to assert the trial court had jurisdiction to grant its declaratory claim but lacked the jurisdiction to deny it.

Once a court has subject matter jurisdiction over a dispute, it does not lose such
jurisdiction merely by ruling in favor of one party.

As in the prior appeal, NBC does not establish these court proceedings infringe
on the tribe's right to self-rule.59 We conclude the trial court had subject matter
jurisdiction to construe and enforce these loan agreements.

CAN YOU SAY:  ATTORNEY'S FEES?   I think you can


Anonymous said...

Thanks for posting this and highlighting the corrupt work done by the 306 under Narz. He took out this loan with no intention of ever paying it back. He used the money from this loan to pay himself under bogus construction companies he owned. Now that Narz has been disenrolled he needs to be thrown in jail with the rest of the 306 crooks.

Reinstatement_Restitution said...

Hmm. This lawsuit says the tribe is liable for repayment of the loan. It does not mention a specific individual. It does not name 306 parties. The disenrollments are still disputed. It is a civil suit with little likelihood of indictments filed against a semi-dependent sovereign nation. Instead there will most likely be a lien of some sort if the tribe does not pay their creditor, which would block any reopening of the gaming establishment until specific requirements are met.

This lawsuit has nothing to do with disenrollment. It is all about obligations entered into by the tribe, and the tribe defaulted. Your attempt to grind an axe has left it still blunt. Sorry.