Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Redding Rancheria Chairman PRAYS on Martin Luther King Day

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A civil rights VIOLATOR prays and walks in memory of a man who stood for civil rights. Hypocrite, thy name is Jack Potter.Redding Rancheria Tribal Chair Jack Potter was one of several spiritual leaders who offered a prayer before the march in Redding on Martin Luther King day.  Is it like a guy who kills his parents then, prays because he's an orphan?

Jack Potter helped disenroll the family of the first tribal chairman Bob Foreman..but NOT until AFTER they forced the Foreman family to desecrate their ancestor for DNA. YES digging up her remains for DNA, and the NOT ACCEPTING the findings, because you know, 99.8% wasn't conclusive enough. 


Remember he was at STANDING ROCK
Praying for Sioux ancestors after desecrating his own tribal kin?

Falmouth Institute Getting Another Look for their Disenrollment Seminars

We know that many tribes have attended the Falmouth Institutes seminars which include HOW to disenroll.  In fact, we know that Pechanga sent enrollment committee members. Even Mark Macarro's cousin had a representative there as speaker
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This past week, we've seen their name again, like it's new news. it's not.  Dr. David Willkins wrote about Falmouth in 2014 along with other for-profit institutions.  I commented about them in 2017 Native America Calling story. But, we must keep re-telling these stories, so that more people can learn, and fewer people can say, we didn't know.

Indian gaming has brought these groups forward, they used Falmouth in 2006.
The Eastern Band of Cherokee used them for an enrollment audit. Pechanga wouldn't because they knew the evidence that Paulina Hunter was Pechanga was OVERWHELMING and would destroy their narrative. If the tribe wanted the real story, and Falmouth was any good, the number of people removed would be staggering.

Thursday, January 16, 2020

POWERFUL Picture of Disenrollment at Wilton Rancheria. BIA Subterfuge

As we come upon the #stopdisenrollment visual advocacy event Feb. 10 2020, this picture of historical families of the Wilton Rancheria encapsulates the effects of disenrollment.   Those on the left side are now disenrolled, those on the right including lineal descendants are still enrolled.  Read below how BIA Director Amy Dutschke is ...involved.

Here's a new picture... all disenrolled

A bit of History:

Monday, January 13, 2020

#stopdisenrollment Visual Advocacy Event Scheduled for February 10 2020

The fourth annual #stopdisenrollment visual advocacy event is happening February 10th this year.

Please simply share the following Stop Disenrollment FB page  to your FB pages and other social media  https://www.facebook.com/stopdisenrollment/?fref=ts

As always, you're dedication to eradicating disenrollment and helping over 11,000 Native Americans harmed by disenrollment is appreciated.

More information will be coming shortly.

Judge Rules DOI must Reevaluate Rule on Tribal Recognition

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A federal judge declined on Friday to order the government to allow the Chinook Indian Nation to reapply for federal recognition, but he did toss out the Department of Interior’s decision to ban such second tries and told the department to reevaluate the rule.  Read Chinook Tribe Seeks Recognition

The Chinook have lived at the mouth of the Columbia River since time immemorial, but they don’t have a reservation on their historical land. They don’t have the health clinics or hunting and fishing rights that recognized tribes have. Tribal recognition could provide a land base and bring resources they need.

Saturday, January 11, 2020

Pala's Robert Smith Eradicates CUPENO INDIANS Who Get NO JUSTICE from their 1903 Trail of Tears

ACEE AGOYO of INDIANZ has the FULL STORY   Robert Smith of Pala eradicated the Cupeno Indians...but only from the Pala band via disenrollment.  They are FIGHTING BACK.

The tribe's unique history had long been reflected in how it appeared on the BIA's annually-published list: as the "Pala Band of Luiseño Mission Indians of the Pala Reservation, California." With the Cupeño descendants largely out of the picture, though, there was no need to remind everyone of the distinct communities on the reservation. Starting in 2016, as the last of the anti-disenrollment lawsuits was defeated in the federal courts, the tribe became simply known as the "Pala Band of Mission Indians."

BACKGROUND for PALA Disenrollment/Injustice

Wednesday, January 8, 2020

Congress' Indian Committee, House Resources, BIA ignore 14 years of Pechanga Abuse of Native Americans

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That's 14 years that Hunter descendants have been stripped of their tribal citizenship, due to unconstitutional actions by the corrupt Pechanga Tribal Council.

And collusion with enrollment committee members, including Bobbi LeMere (who, in a quid pro quo, got her sisters enrolled in the tribe, even though scores of others were in the moratorium  READ Corruption Exposed… )  Ruth Masiel, matriarch of the crime family and mother of council member Andrew Masiel Sr. and Frances Miranda, who two years before, had seen to it that her OWN FAMILY members, the descendent of Manuela Miranda were also stripped of their citizenship.  Irhene Scearce received justice in death.

Iran's Sacred Sites Threatened, MEDIA EXPLODES, Native Sites Harmed, Media Silent

Excellent piece from the New Republic.  Democrats have hollered about Trump threatening Iran's cultural sites, yet silent when it happens here.

Chaco Canyon. The Black HillsBears Ears. Gaylor Ranch. Standing Rock. Mauna Kea. Oak Flat. America, through its founding to its present, has stretched its borders and lined its pockets by desecrating Native American sacred and cultural sites and the land they sat on. A failure to reckon with this history would be a failure to properly contextualize the president’s current threats and America’s founding ethos of capitalist imperialism.

Accused Pechanga Casino Murderers Kimesha Williams and Candace Townsel Get HIGH PRICED Attorneys

The women accused of fatally injuring an 84-year-old Long Beach woman on Aug. 31 at Pechanga Resort Casino are represented by prominent lawyers — one of whom works for two-time NBA Finals Most Valuable Player Kawhi Leonard.

They are a New York attorney who has advocated for sports stars in civil and disciplinary matters and defendants in white-collar crime cases, a Riverside criminal defense lawyer regarded as one of the best in the county and a criminal defense attorney who has tried nine death penalty cases.

Kimesha Monae Williams, 35, and Candace Tai Townsel, 39, have been charged with murder, robbery and cruelty to an elder. Afaf Assad was found with a broken skull in a bathroom at the casino near Temecula on Aug. 31 and died Sept. 4.  The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department said casino video showed Williams and Townsel following Assad into the bathroom. (Williams had been banned from the casino in 2015 after a theft.) After the defendants emerged, Assad’s purse was missing, said a sworn statement written to obtain an arrest warrant.

The robbery makes the defendants eligible for the death penalty if convicted. District Attorney Mike Hestrin has not decided whether to pursue that punishment, spokesman John Hall said. The women, both residents of Moreno Valley, were due back in Superior Court in French Valley on Wednesday, Jan. 8, for a status hearing. They have pleaded not guilty to all charges.

Thursday, January 2, 2020

Pretendians Benefitting From Federal Contracts

LATimes has another story about fake Indian money grubbers.  Remember the fake Elizabeth Warren, and Andrea Smith?

Companies set up by members of a self-described and state-recognized Creek Indian tribe in Alabama have received more than $240 million in federal minority-business contracts, despite a determination by the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs that there is no credible evidence the group has Native American ancestry, a Los Angeles Times investigation has found.

Federal contracts worth an additional $273 million have gone to two companies run by a member of a different Native American group in Alabama with no federal recognition as a tribe.

The ability of company owners with questionable Native American identity to obtain more than half a billion dollars in taxpayer funded minority-business contracts reflects a nationwide failure by agencies overseeing programs set up decades ago to help socially and economically disadvantaged minority groups.

Including the Alabama outlays, The Times has found more than $800 million in federal contracts awarded to companies whose owners made unsubstantiated claims to be Native American, although the total is almost certainly higher. The contracts were for construction, computing and other projects in 27 states, including California.  Read the full story at the LATIMES link above

Wednesday, January 1, 2020

Original Pechanga's Blog Reaches 5,000,000 Page Views HAPPY NEW YEAR

Thank You to all my readers over the 12+ years I've been operating this blog on tribal disenrollment.  On the last day of 2019, we reached the FIVE MILLION page view mark.

I'm proud to say we have helped expose that abuses in Indian Country, gotten major media in the U.S. to look into it, helped tribal people who have been harmed find help, and continue the discussion.

People often ask, WHAT CAN I DO TO HELP

1. Share my blog posts on on disenrollment to all your social media AND

2. Send an email to these addresses for our federal employees at the BIA, Senate Staff and House staffers below, imagine them getting 100 emails.... with a SUBJECT TITLE:


and this link


Tracee_Sutton@heitkamp.senate.gov; Dale_Hahn@schatz.senate.gov; Stoptribalgenocide@gmail.com; Josh_Yearsley@cortezmasto.senate.gov Ryan_Bernstein@hoeven.senate.gov; Bryn_Stewart@barrasso.senate.gov; Bryan_Raines@cantwell.senate.gov; rosemary_gutierrez@cantwell.senate.gov; Dan_Kunsman@barrasso.senate.gov; michelle_Altman@lankford.senate.gov; Wally_Hsueh@daines.senate.gov; Jacqueline_Bisille@indian.senate.gov; rcuevas235@yahoo.com; Kim_Moxley@indian.senate.gov; Amanda_Kelly@indian.senate.gov; info@nigc.gov; rhonda_harjo@indian.senate.gov; Brandon_Ashley@indian.senate.gov; ben_eversole@feinstein.senate.gov; judith.joseph@bia.gov; viola.brooks@bia.gov; joann.koda@bia.gov; javin.moore@bia.gov; pamela_williams@ios.doi.gov; christopher.watson@sol.doi.gov; amy.dutschke@bia.gov; john.anevski@bia.gov; rodney.mcvey@bia.gov; dan.deerinwater@bia.gov; terry.bruner@bia.gov; bruce.maytubby@bia.gov; dale.risling@bia.gov; rcuevas235@yahoo.com; virgil.akins@bia.gov; askdoj@usdoj.gov; emiliotongva@gmail.com; bodie.shaw@bia.gov;sharee.freeman@bia.gov; hankie.ortiz@bia.gov; helen.riggs@bia.gov; james.porter@sol.doi.gov; bryan.bowker@bia.gov; carolyn.richards@bia.gov; Tyrone.shipman@bia.gov; Gloria.tullie@bia.gov ; Laurel.ironcloud@bia.gov; lee.fleming@bia.gov; harley.long@bia.gov; Wakinyan.howaste@bia.gov; Kelly.meacham@bia.gov; spike.bighorn@bia.gov; laurel.ironcloud@bia.gov; gail.veney@bia.gov; chris.fluhr@mail.house.gov; nrdems@mail.house.gov

Let's begin 2020 with a concerted attempt to shine the spotlight on corruption and abues of Native Americans