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February 25, 2011

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Tanya

Once again there is a 'wolf in sheeps clothing' attacking native americans. Its the same historical story. Take from the natives, and give little in return.

cjklepper

My great grandmother, bless her soul, never got to have running water and electricity before she passed on. I am not on the reservation now, but do have a quarter interest to a section of land that Grandmother was allotted. When I return to my homeland will I be able to have those amenities my grandmother didn't have? My siblings and I are entitled to more than $1,000 each.

Kate

I knew it! The attorneys would want more than they agreed upon! Anything to take a big chunck out of what meager settlement money the Native Americans are going to get... greedy.

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