Wednesday, June 12, 2019

For Xavier Becerra, CASINO INDIAN'S MONEY Provides MARCHING ORDERS Against Card Clubs

Like a good lackey, California Attorney General Xavier Becerra Took Nearly $300,000 From Tribal Casinos, Now His Agency is Paying Them Back Even human and civil rights violators are OK 
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Photo courtesy of NBC NEWS


Brian Hews of Hews Media group has the story


Since 2000, when California voters passed Proposition 1A allowing Native Americans to operate gambling casinos on their reservations, no Attorneys’ General has brought action against the card rooms based on their allegations.
Bill Lockyer (1999-2007) refused, Jerry Brown (2007-2011) refused, and even Kamela Harris (2011-2017) refused.
Cue Xavier Becerra, who was appointed attorney general by Gov. Jerry Brown in 2016, the job coming open when Kamala Harris was elected to the U.S. Senate.
Becerra’s Department of Justice oversees the Bureau of Gambling Control (BGC), established along with the California Gambling Control Commission (Commission), under the Gambling Control Act.
Most people think the BGC and the Commission perform the same duties, but they are quite different.


Pechanga gave $45,000, including $14,600 in 2018.   Pechanga is a KNOWN civil rights violator and practices APARTHEID on their reservation.
San Manuel gave $34,000, including $14,600 in 2018.
Barona donated $32,000, including $12,300 in 2018.
Agua Caliente gave $30,000, including $14,600 in 2018.
Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation, who runs Cache Creek Casino, gave $24,000, including $7,500 in 2018.
Chumash in Santa Ynez gave $23,000, including $14,600 in 2018.
Morongo Casino gave $18,000, including $14,600 in 2018.
Sycuan Resort in San Diego gave $14,600, all in 2018.
The Table Mountain Rancheria Casino in Fresno donated $10,000, $7,500 in 2018.   Another disenrolling tribe   Read about it here
The tiny Saboba Casino in San Jacinto shelled out $9,800, all in 2018.
Viejas Casino in Alpine managed to give $7,300, all in 2018.
Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians, owners of the Red Hawk Casino in Placerville, donated $7,300, all in 2018.    HORRIBLE TRIBE, disenrollers, stripping of citizenship
Ricon Harrah’s Casino gave $6,500, all in 2018.
Colusa Indian Community Council gave $5,000, all in 2018.
San Pablo Lytton Casino in Northern California gave $2,500, all in 2018    Had VERY anti labor issues
Finally, Twenty-nine Palms Band of Mission Indians gave  $2,900, all in 2018.

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