Tribal Offices, Tribal Land, Avenida Central, La Grange, Ca. 95329

Once again as in last month, this month’s USDA Food Distribution was held earlier than normal on Monday the 8th of April 2024.
It was a great distribution once again with an abundance to be specially delivered by the tribe to those who rely upon that additional service. The weather was also nice being just slightly cool and sunny with a breeze.

On the litigious home front, no real updates since last story that shows filing of litigation as this story was held back for weeks in case of any actions by either the federal government or other fictitious parties claiming and falsifying their identities as associated with the tribe.

So far complete silence, go figure?

Other parties orchestrating identity theft in pursuit of their casino dreams have not a clue to the litigation’s subject matter and even if they did how to respond in kind.

The federal government however with The Department of Injustice (DOJ) seeking to defend the position of The Bureau of Indian Atrocities (BIA) will probably start out as they always do and may dwell further into usual corrupted schemes.

First, they will ask for dismissal as we are not the authority. This is always dismissed by the court throughout our litigious history as being the only recognized government.

Second, they will ask for change of venue to get us into the bias court systems within California. This too will fail as the suit was filed in the proper jurisdiction against the individuals charged in the complaint, where policy is created and where the tribe’s legal representation runs the firms corporate office.

Third, they can only try to codify, push through or legitimize the use of a document of no value without policy or procedure of its outlying authority, or intended use by its continual failure to pass public comment and acceptance. Failing to meet the standards for almost four decades and not even for the unintended purposes that they currently has tried to use it here, to inflict harm on the tribe and through treason try to steal a tribe’s sovereign right to exist.

More to come as information becomes available in the tribes never ending fight for justice and the survival of sovereignty.

The rest of this story told through pictures and with a special thanks to all those listed below who continue to work with the tribe when the need arises in the conducting of our government to government relationships.

The United States Department of Agriculture, The Federal Emergency Management Agency, The Army Corps of Engineers, The California Office of Emergency Services, The California Department of Justice, The Red Lake Nation of Minnesota, The Tule River Tribe and its Food Distribution Department, and a very special thank you to our program provider Mr. Ronald Buckman.

Additionally a special well wish to Tule River Food Distribution Department Director, Richard McDarment. You are in our hearts and minds.