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December 29, 2009

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Mike

Let's see...Thirteen years of litigation, and I get a thousand dollars. The lawyers get one-hundred million. Lawyers win.

SHIRLEY

I, THINK WHAT COBELL HAS DONE FOR US INDIANS,IS QUIT HONERABLE,CONSIDERING I INDIAN.GOOD JOB TO ALL WHO WAS INVOLVED IN THE FIGHT.
PEACE-LOVE-HAPPINESS.
GOD BLESS-ALL..

nelson chouteau

I hope this settlement ends soon,the U.S. government has taken advantage of native people for far too long. My father and grandfather said that maybe I'll see the end of this injustice in my lifetime,however,I'm not counting my chickens before the eggs have hatched. Somehow, when money is involved the U.S.Government always seems to have something up their sleeve to duke us native people out of whats rightfully ours. I hope that in this case carma will prevail and for once the right thing will be done. For once? Perhaps! I think that the American conscience, at any rate, will be the better for it. And we as Native Americans can close one chapter in our torn and tattered history. And we can say to our grandfathers "Look numshim we won this one". God bless America.

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