Updated: WEEK of Action to Stop Elder Abuse: Jan 25 -29

TAKE ACTION FOR LAKOTA ELDERS!
STOP ELDER ABUSE ON PINE RIDGE RESERVATION!

J A N U A R Y   2 0 1 6
Monday 25 | Tuesday 26 | Wednesday 27 | Thursday 28 | Friday 29

Expanding our days of action to the entire week because we will not be stopped by a snowy blizzard, federal shutdown or a blizzard of
bureacracy! Hoka Hey!

  1. Call-in to the South Dakota Congressional Representatives.
  2. Call-in to U.S. Agency contacts responsibile for Elder program oversight.
  3. Create a media blitz- help us land articles, interviews, and attention.
  4. Go viral on social media – help us reach your friends, family, and groups.
  5. Build organizational solidarity to leverage accountability and action.

WeekofAction

Breaking News: Elderly Meals Program Meeting Held Despite Community Deaths

STRONG HEART NEWS ALERT
BREAKING NEWS!

Friday, January 21, 2016
Immediate Release – Please  share widely!

UNCARING  OST OFFICIALS HOLD ELDERLY MEALS PLANNING MEETING WHILE COMMUNITY MOURNS DEATHS

Porcupine District, Pine Ridge Reservation – Oglala Sioux Tribe (OST) Official Faith Two Eagles is currently holding a planning meeting for new Elderly Meals Site Director Buster Apple in flagrant violation of Lakota cultural values that prioritizes the mourning and honoring of the newly dead.  Wakes for Val High Hawk and Micheal Whiting are planned for today.   Porcupine elders are furious that a meeting regarding their elderly meals program has been scheduled while their hearts and attention are with the families of the deceased. This is not the Lakota way!

This meeting marks the first time the Porcupine Meals for the Elderly Site has been open in 45 days. Elders are constantly excluded from meetings about their programs but then invited when there is a death in the community and cannot attend.

Mr. Apple is the selected replacement for former Director and Cook Mary Felicia who was illegally fired in early November 2015 as a consequence of her vocal support, and support by, outspoken Porcupine elders. Since Mrs. Felicia’s firing, Porcupine elders have faced delayed, denied, and unhealthy meals to disabled elders, including elderly with diabetes and heart disease during winter months when the temperature is regularly below zero.  Three elderly men have died since November.

Grassroots Lakota elders in the Porcupine District of Pine Ridge Reservation have signed a letter demanding the United States Health and Human Services and the Department of Justice investigate the unlawful corruption and inhuman abuses in the Oglala Sioux Tribe (OST) Meals for the Elderly Program on Pine Ridge. Porcupine District officials have recently announced plans to transfer their Community Action Program (CAP) office to the Elderly Meals Site putting the program in limbo and causing deep concern among district elders.

Press Advisory: Lakota Warriors Give Red Cry in Washington D.C., Thursday Screening and Press Conference

Lakota Warriors Give Red Cry in Washington D.C.

Ground-breaking Documentary Offers Proof to Elder Abuse, Genocide Accusations

LAKOTA MEDIA ADVISORY: January 21, 2016 – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: Canupa Gluha Mani at 605-517-1547
Contact: Ana Oian Amets at 631-626-5842
Email: cantetenza13@gmail.com

WHAT: Press Conference followed by film screening of ground-breaking documentary Red Cry

WHEN: Thursday January 21st. Press Conference at 5:00pm. Film at 6:00pm. Discussion follows.

WHO: Lakota Strong Heart Warrior Society of the Independent Lakota Nation and supporters. Canupa Gluha Mani (Strong Heart headman and featured in the film) and Ana Oian Amets (film writer and producer) will be in attendance.

WHERE: Josephine Butler Parks Center, 2437 15th St NW, Washington, DC

Washington DC – On Thursday evening at the Josephine Butler Parks Center, the Lakota Cante Tenza Strong Heart Warrior Society from Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota will bring an inferno of truth to the heart of the U.S. Empire – a Washington D.C. and U.S. Government system that has grown cold with constant allegations of abuses and illegalities.

A 5:00pm the Lakota warrior society will hold a press conference detailing the ways U.S. Government programs are being used and mis-used to commit murder against traditional and grassroots Lakota elders on Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. The Lakota Strong Heart has been in Washington D.C. for over a week seeking accountability from Congressional and agency officials for criminal abuses in the Meals for the Elderly Program on Pine Ridge.

Following the press conference at 6:00pm, Washington will again host the ground-breaking Lakota documentary Red Cry. This incendiary documentary is a 2 ½ hour kick in the gut as grassroots Lakota elders and people from Pine Ridge reveal the ways a beautiful way of life is being driven into extinction by U.S. Government policies and actions of the Bureau of Indian Affairs supported Oglala Sioux Tribe. A discussion will follow the film at 8:30pm.

Grassroots Lakota elders, among the remaining traditional and language speaking elders, continue to be subjected to abusive, racist, and inhuman conditions in the Elderly Meals Program and other programs administered by officials within the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs supported Oglala Sioux Tribe (OST). U.S tax dollars flow into the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation and are used to fund the abuse and murder of traditional Lakota elders.

For their outspoken efforts for human dignity and change, elders in their 70s, 80s, and 90s are threatened with arrest, removal to mental health facilities, and are blacklisted from medical services necessary for life like dialysis. Meanwhile the Oglala Sioux Tribe lies and evades about these conditions to the outside world.

In 2011, these same elders from the Porcupine Elderly Meals Program occupied the meal’s building for 34 days in protest to the same abusive and genocidal conditions that remain unchanged today. Despite media attention and multiple meetings with U.S. officials, the Obama Administration has done little to nothing to stop this behavior despite millions in U.S. tax dollars being spent to fund the corrupt OST system.

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The Independent Lakota Nation represents the free and independent grassroots Lakota Oyate (people) who continue more than 165 years of resistance to colonial settlement on Lakota territory – land that has never been ceded by our people. We claim our sovereign powers and jurisdiction within our traditional free of interference by the United States Government, state governments, or any other foreign entities. Wowakan He Glihuniyalo: Our Sacred Way of Life Comes Home!

1/20/16 Action Alert: Pressure U.S. Officials to Investigate Lakota Elderly Meals Corruption!

January 20, 2016 STRONG HEART ACTION ALERT!
For Immediate Release and Action! Please help and share widely!

Pressure U.S. Officials to Investigate Lakota Elderly Meals Corruption!

Oglala Sioux Tribe’s Actions are Criminal Conspiracy to Commit Murder!
United States Government has Treaty Obligations and Fiduciary Responsibility Over U.S. Tax Dollars to Tribe

 Seven grassroots Lakota elders  in the Porcupine District of Pine Ridge Reservation, backed by 100 more, have signed a letter demanding the United States Health and Human Services and the Department of Justice investigate the unlawful corruption and inhuman abuses in the Oglala Sioux Tribe (OST) Meals for the Elderly Program on Pine Ridge. These abuses are resulting in delayed, denied, and unhealthy meals to disabled elders, including elderly with diabetes and heart disease during winter months when the temperature is regularly below zero.

Because these traditional and grassroots elders speak out against the inhuman conditions they face daily, they are subjected to ongoing abuse, neglect, lack of healthy food, physical and emotional threats, and retaliatory blacklisting from services necessary for life by corrupt OST and Porcupine District officials.

OST officials have been clear – they want these outspoken, elderly “troublemakers” GONE. So they lie to U.S. agencies and the media to sweep the corruption under the rug. These abuses and games are nothing less than a conspirarcy to commit murder.

Meanwhile, South Dakota Senators John Thune and Mike Rounds, along with Representative Kristi Noem, are refusing their legal obligations to monitor U.S. tax dollars given to the OST under treaty trust obligation. Lakota Cante Tenza warriors working on behalf of the elders have demanded Congressional and U.S. agency action, but despite physical evidence and years of mounting abuses – the U.S. does nothing. Failure to protect traditional and grassroots Lakota elders and people from a system of inhuman conditions leading to abuse and death is an act of genocide.

It’s time to stand closely with grassroots Lakota elders and people and bring accountibility to this situation. If the U.S. will do nothing, then the whole world must know. Please act now with the phone calls, emails, and faxes below!


Contact: Cynthia LaCounte, Director, Office for American Indian, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian Programs, ACL/AOA, U.S. Department Health and Human Services
Phone: 202-357-0148
Email: Cynthia.LaCounte@acl.hhs.gov

  • Demand Ms. LaCounte keep her word and meet with the Porcupine elders. Demand she investigate the illegal fraud and abusive conditions of the Pine Ridge Meals for the Elderly Program and place the program under Independent Lakota Elder control.

Contact: Tracy Toulou, Director for Tribal Justice in the U.S. Department of Justice.
Phone: 202-514-5994 and 202-514-8812
Email: Tracy.Toulou2@usdoj.gov

  • Demand that the Department of Justice begin a full and transparent investigation with audit into the conspiracy and corruption in the Oglala Sioux Tribe Government, no matter where it leads, and prosecution for those individuals and families responsible.

Contact: South Dakota Senator John Thune
(ph) 605-348-7551   (fax) 202-228-5429
Legislative Contact: Ty_Littau@thune.senate.gov

Contact: South Dakota Senator Michael Rounds
(ph) 605-343-5035  (fax) 202-225-5823
Legislative Contact: peter_eckrich@rounds.senate.gov

Contact: U.S. House South Dakota Representative Kristi Noem
(ph) 605-791-4673 (fax) 202-224-7482
Legislative Contact: philip.maguire@mail.house.gov

  • Demand the Senators and Representative as trust representatives force Health and Human Services and Department of Justice to do their jobs to investigate and prosecute the fraudulent use and theft of U.S. tax dollars by the criminal individuals and families in the Oglala Sioux Tribe government and Meals for the Elderly Program. The corrupt OST is culturally incompatible and discriminates against the grassroots Lakota Oyate. The Lakota people have the right to their own cultural, political, and social institutions, free from interference, to make a good life for themselves and the future generations to come.

 

Action Alert distributed by:
Lakota Cante Tenza Okolakiciye – Strong Heart Warrior Society
Independent Lakota Nation
P.O. Box 512 Hill City, SD 57745
Canupa Gluha Mani 605-517-1547
cantetenza13@gmail.com

1/19/16 Press Release: Outrage! Lakota Elders Denied Food by Oglala Sioux Tribe in Retaliation for Activism

Outrage! Lakota Elders Denied Food by Oglala Sioux Tribe in Retaliation for Activism
Lakota Warriors Demand U.S. Congressional Reps Meet Treaty Obligations

Contact: Canupa Gluha Mani at 605-517-1547
Contact: Ana Oian Amets at 631-626-5842
Email: cantetenza13@gmail.com

Pine Ridge, SD and Washington DC – It’s hard to imagine the ongoing plight of grassroots traditional and language speaking elders on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation getting worse – but it has. In retaliation for their recent public outrage against the ongoing unlawful and inhuman abuses they face at the hands of corrupt and uncaring Oglala Sioux Tribe (OST) and Porcupine District officials, the Porcupine Elderly Meals Site has been temporarily, or permanently shut down denying elders critical meals. Porcupine District officials have also announced plans to take over the Elderly Meals site and replace it with the Community Assistance Program (CAP) office. CAP officials are among the main instigators abusing Lakota elders in Porcupine District.

One elder advocate (name withheld to protect against further retaliation) reported last night that elders are losing weight, and that the health gains made under the previous Elderly Meals director and cook, Mary Felicia, have been negated. It is well known that many of these elders are disabled and have health problems like diabetes and heart disease that require regular hot, healthy meals – especially during the winter months when temperatures are regularly below zero.

The denial of healthy meals is nothing less than conspiracy to commit murder by corrupt OST and District officials.

Elders are also angry at the continued abuse and lack of action by a dismissive United States Government that continually ignores treaty obligations and 638 Contract provisions that require their investigation and prosecution of illegal activity in tribal programs supported by U.S. tax dollars. More than 100 elders have signed the recent letter demanding investigation by Cynthia LaCounte, Director, Office for American Indian, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian Programs for the Department Health and Human Services Administration on Aging and Tracy Toulou, Director, Office of Tribal Justice, U.S. Department of Justice.

The Lakota Cante Tenza Warrior Society is currently in Washington DC meeting with U.S. Congressional representatives and other officials seeking accountability for their negligent lack of action leading to genocide of grassroots and traditional Lakota people. Despite the letter from the elders, U.S. Congressional representatives Senator John Thune, Senator Mike Rounds, and Representative Kristi Noem are non-committal on taking action in violation of their fiduciary duties to oversee treaty obligations.

Cante Tenza (Strong Heart) headman Canupa Gluha Mani issued the following statement:

Within the time frame of the removal of Mrs. Mary Horse Felicia, three disabled elders have died. The youngest of the three – Gilbert Bad Wound- died of food poisoning. He is the latest death from the unhealthy medical caring of Native People through U.S. treaty obligations.

Strong Heart vows if another elder dies with any condition that was brought on by the fraudulent use and illegal expenditures of tax paying dollars at the hands of the Oglala Sioux Tribe Government, America is to blame for the conspiracy to commit murder at the hands of tax dollars.

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Independent Grandmothers Issue Letter to U.S. Officials

Date:                         December 31, 2015

To:             Cynthia LaCounte, Director, Office for American Indian, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian Programs, ACL/AOA, U.S. Department Health and Human Services

To:              Tracy Toulou, Director, Office of Tribal Justice, U.S. Department of Justice

From:            Lakota Nation of Independent Grandmothers of the District of Porcupine, Pine Ridge Indian Reservation

The Lakota Nation of Independent Grandmothers of the District of Porcupine on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation prepare this letter of intent requesting Cynthia LaCount, Director of the Office for American Indian, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian Programs, ACL/AOA take immediate forward action to investigate the continuation of corrupt behavior at the discretion of President John Yellow Bird Steel’s Oglala Sioux Tribe (OST) administration.

Funds directed for the Meals for the Elderly Program are being illegally used and spent due to the following indiscretions:

  • Theft and misappropriation of funds intended for Elderly Meals .
  • Political interference, firings, and retaliation against Elderly Meals employees by officials.
  • Continual violation of Indian Preference laws in Elderly Meals staffing.
  • Disregard and failure to prosecute violations of OST ethics laws and laws against elder abuse.
  • Elder abuse in the forms of neglect, verbal abuse, harassment, threats of retaliation against “trouble makers”, threats of police force, and systematic denial of customary elder input (customary Lakota practices) into the Elderly Meals program.
  • Unreliable or shortened Elderly Meals hours resulting in a denial of elderly meals.
  • Unhealthy and culturally inappropriate food choices, unhealthy preparation of meals, delayed delivery of meals, sloppy and disrespectful serving of meals to elders (Exhibit 1, 2, 3).

This is also a letter of immediate intent that the Office of Tribal Justice, U.S. Dept. Of Justice take these matters into the virtue of consideration by supporting Ms. Cynthia LaCount and other relevant program directors to take a full investigation into the behavior that is causing death, health issues, and financial despair to our elders.

It is for these reasons that we, the Independent Lakota Grandmothers of the District of Porcupine, have humbly requested the Strong Heart Warrior Society to help lead us out of being denied of the rights given to us since time immemorial.

It is a government’s responsibility to investigate the use and misuse of tax paying dollars that originate from the discretion of taxing white and other so-called americans for monies designated for such said reservation obligations that arise through independence and treaty. The virtues of both independence and treaty allow sovereignty to take into account asserting investigations into tax paying laws that are broken at the discretion of the John Yellow Bird Steele administration and resulting in the suffering of Lakota elders.

Families that support John Steele’s administration have been stealing and using tax payer dollars to fund their drug and alcohol epidemics that are creating such mayhem here on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. It is we Lakota elders of the District of Porcupine bringing once again this case to light as it continues to reach the United Nations.

Ms. Cynthia LaCount did make verbal agreement by phone conversation to the leader of the Strong Heart Warrior Society, Canupa Gluha Mani that she would meet with the said Lakota elders of the District of Porcupine to put an end to their concerns of abuse. We expect this agreement to be honored.

Sincerely,

The seven Lakota elders of the District of Porcupine

One hundred (100) additional signatures of Lakota elders and people have been added to this letter.

Pics: January 2016 US Congress Reps Meetings

“I will make Native issues a priority.”
Senator Mike Rounds promise to Canupa Gluha Mani

Exhibits of unhealthy and culturally incompatible elderly meals from the Porcupine Elderly Meals program are being shared with U.S. members of Congress. and are attached to the December 31st letter to U.S. officials that fund the Elderly Meals program. (below)

January 7, 2016 Meeting with Legislative Aide Dennis A D’Aquila and Legislative Assistant Ty R. Littau from Senator John Thune’s office on behalf of Porcupine District elders. (below)

January 13, 2016 Meeting with Senator Mike Rounds Legislative Assistant Peter Eckrich, and Representative Kristi Noem’s Legislative Assistant Philip Maguire, on behalf of Porcupine District elders. (below)

 

Tuesday DC Press Advisory and Vigil Information

Cante Tenza Okolakiciye – Strong Heart Warrior Society
Independent Lakota Nation
Box 512, Hill City, South Dakota 57745

MEDIA ADVISORY: January 12, 2016 – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Canupa Gluha Mani at 605-517-1547
Contact: Ana Oian Amets at 631-626-5842
Email: cantetenza13 [at] gmail.com
cantetenza.wordpress.com
 
Lakota Elders, Warriors Demand Action from U.S. Congress on Ongoing Abuses

Unlawful Elder Abuse of Lakota Elders Continues Funded by U.S. Tax Dollars

WHAT: Press Conference

WHO: Lakota Strong Heart Warrior Society of the Independent Lakota Nation and supporters

WHERE: In front of the Dirksen Senate Building, Washington DC

WHEN: Tuesday January 12, 4:00pm or immediately following the meeting with US Congressional officials

Washington DC – On Tuesday afternoon, the Strong Heart Okolakiciye of the Independent Lakota Nation has a critical meeting with South Dakota members/staff of the U.S. Congress and officials from the U.S. Health and Human Services regarding the crisis in the Porcupine Elderly Meals Program on Pine Ridge. Strong Heart is in Washington at the request of Porcupine elders to end the abuse in their meals program and remove it from corrupt Oglala Sioux Tribe (OST) control.

A press conference will be held following this meeting in front of the Dirksen Senate Building or in the adjacent park at approximately 4:00pm. A small vigil for Lakota elders and warriors will be held outside the Dirksen Building while the meeting is ongoing.

Grassroots Lakota elders, among the remaining traditional and language speaking elders, continue to be subjected to abusive, racist, and inhuman conditions in the Elderly Meals Program administered by officials within the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs supported Oglala Sioux Tribe (OST) which is causing elders to go without food, eat unhealthy food, and fear for their health and safety. Critical funds for the program are being stolen and diverted. Elders have been threatened with arrest, threatened with removal to mental health facilities, and fear OST blacklisting from medical services necessary for life like dialysis. Their advocate has been fired from her job in Elderly Meals and faced retaliatory abuse by corrupt OST officials.

In 2011, these same elders from the Porcupine Elderly Meals Program occupied the meal’s building for 34 days in protest to the same abusive and genocidal conditions! Despite media attention and multiple meetings with U.S. officials, the Obama Administration has done little to nothing to stop this behavior despite millions in U.S. tax dollars being spent to fund the corrupt OST system.   U.S tax dollars fund the abuse of traditional Lakota elders.

“Our elders are giving the Oglala Sioux Tribe and the Bureau of Indian Affairs one last chance to correct the continuing abuses in the program,” explained Cante Tenza warrior leader Canupa Gluha Mani. “They have instructed us to come to Washington DC and hold these officials accountable for allowing U.S. tax dollars to fund illegal and immoral elder abuse.”


Vigil for Grassroots Lakota Elders

Tuesday January 12th, 2:30 – 4:30pm
In front of the Dirksen Senate Building, Washington DC
Individual and organization solidarity is requested!
Please share widely to other groups!
Please bring poster signs to show support.

Pilamaya! Thank you!

On Tuesday afternoon, the Strong Heart Okolakiciye of the Independent Lakota Nation has a critical meeting with members of the US Congress and officials from the US Health and Human Services regarding the crisis in the Porcupine Elderly Meals Program on Pine Ridge. Strong Heart is in Washington at the request of Porcupine elders to end the abuse in their meals program and remove it from corrupt Oglala Sioux Tribe (OST) control.

 WE NEED YOUR SOLIDARITY AND PRESENCE!

Grassroots elders continue to be subjected to continue to abusive, racist, and inhuman conditions in the Elderly Meals program by officials within the U.S. BIA supported Oglala Sioux Tribe (OST) which is causing elders to go without food, eat unhealthy food, and fear for their health and safety. Critical funds for the program are being stolen and diverted. Elders have been threatened with arrest, threatened with removal to mental health facilities, and fear OST blacklisting from essential medical services like dialysis. Their advocate has been fired from her job in Elderly Meals and faced retaliatory abuse by corrupt OST officials.

This is the same Elderly Meals program that faced a 34 day occupation in 2011 in resistance to the same abusive and genocidal conditions! The U.S. has done little to nothing to stop this behavior despite MILLIONS IN US TAX DOLLARS being spent to fund this corrupt system.

THESE CONDITIONS MUST END!

Please join us on Tuesday afternoon and let them know the grassroots Lakota elders are not alone. PIlamaya! Hoka Hey!

For more information, please contact Ana at 631-626-5842.
Cante Tenza Okolakciiye
Independent Lakota Nation

11/16/15 Action Alert! Oglala Sioux Tribe’s Elder Abuse Must End Now!

Lakota Cante Tenza Okolakiciye – Strong Heart Warrior Society
Independent Lakota Nation
Learn more at cantetenza.wordpress.com

November 16, 2015
STRONG HEART ACTION ALERT!
For Immediate Release and Action! Please help and share widely!

Oglala Sioux Tribe’s Elder Abuse Must End Now!
No more empty promises! No more power games! No more lies! Change Must Happen in the Elderly Meals Program!

On November 11th, following outside pressure and scrutiny, Oglala Sioux Tribe (OST) President John Steele promised Mary Felicia and others she would be back at work on the 12th following her politically motivated termination from her job as Site Director and cook for the Meals for the Elderly program in the Porcupine District. But this was an empty promise.

On the same day OST Executive Director Darrell “Tiger” Brown Bull created a memo saying Mary would be put back to work on November 23, and that she had been, “…selected for a temporary appointment…” and then told the U.S. Health and Human Services that there was never a promise of reinstatement on November 12th.

Mary Felicia attempted to return to work today November 16, but was turned away. Now a group of elders and their supporters are refusing the leave the Elderly Meals site and preparing to return hot, healthy meals and a safer, culturally appropriate environment for Porcupine elders.

But OST power-broker Faith Two Eagle and Brown Bull are directing OST police to harass and remove the elders. This is ELDER ABUSE! Faith Two Eagle, Tiger Brown Bull and the OST must cease and desist from these illegal and hurtful actions RIGHT NOW!

These empty promises, abusive power games, police threats, and lies must end right now! Elders on Pine Ridge MUST be respected and returned to their honorable and prominent position. In support of this, Porcupine elderlies released a set of demands on November 13th including the separation of the Elderly Meals program from OST control and political interference. The elders demand OST must draft and pass a resolution to this effect immediately!

Your emails and phone calls make a powerful difference! Please support grassroots Lakota elders by making as many of these contacts as possible.

Contact: John Steele, President of the BIA Oglala Sioux Tribe
Phone: 605-407-7497
Email: johns@oglala.org

  • Demand and end to any and all OST/BIA police monitoring, threats, or action against Porcupine elders and the Meals for the Elderly program.   Any person/s attempting to harass, threaten, or touch an elder is committing elder abuse and they must be arrested ON THE SPOT!

Contact: Michelle Rogers U.S. AOA Title VI Regional Office Representative for South Dakota
Phone: 303-844-7816
Email: michelle.rogers@acl.hhs.gov

  • Demand the U.S. Agency on Aging and Department of Health and Human Services investigate the Meals for the Elderly program on Pine Ridge and assist grassroots elders and the Strong Heart Warriors in creating an independent, culturally appropriate, elder-run program that meets their needs.

Contact: Tracy Toulou, Director for Tribal Justice in the U.S. Department of Justice.
Phone: 202-514-5994 and 202-514-8812
Email: Tracy.Toulou2@usdoj.gov

  • Demand that the Department of Justice begin a full and transparent investigation with audit into the conspiracy and corruption in the Oglala Sioux Tribe Government, no matter where it leads, and prosecution for those individuals and families responsible.

Action Alert distributed by:
Lakota Cante Tenza Okolakiciye – Strong Heart Warrior Society
Independent Lakota Nation
P.O. Box 512 Hill City, SD 57745
Canupa Gluha Mani 605-517-1547
cantetenza13@gmail.com

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