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B. J. Jones Turns LLBO into Kangaroo Court

October 20, 2012

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Laisse le Vent Souffler, J’en ai Déjà vu Avant

(let the storm winds blow, i have seen it before)

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Je me Fous Pas Mal !

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Source: fb Native American Civil & Human Rights Organization

There is a little civil suit matter going on in the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe Tribal Court that the outcome could effect any tribal member who marries a non-tribal member or non-native by banning them from the reservation. This banishment outcome has the potential to sweep across Indian Country as the Judge residing over this civil case is a Federal Law Lawyer who is building his career with the focus on banning non-natives from Indian lands.

The Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe (LLBO) never held a referendum vote from their tribal members to banish members or non-members. Nor does the LLBO have an ordinance to banish tribal members or non-tribal members off the reservation.

The contracted Federal Law Lawyer B. J. Jones was hired as a conflict judge under the Leech Lake Tribal Court according to the court administrator, who also stated the Judge can do whatever he wants, if he bans a tribal member or non-native, then that is the ruling. But, NACHRO met with LLBO Acting Executive Director {June 2012} who stated the Judge is contracted to reside as the Leech Lake Court Judge and is not above the Tribal Council and there isn’t any ordinance that allows banishment, therefore the Judge can not rule in favor of banning anyone from the reservation.

If a non native lives on private land within tribal boundaries and is banned from the reservation, I wonder if this is a violation of their civil rights?? The Civil Rights Act does not cover native tribes. But, it covers non-natives living on their own private property that happens to be within tribal boundaries.

The fact that this civil case can point a canon and target all culturally mixed couples residing on reservations. If the couple owns private land and home and banned, then they are ordered to leave their property. This is a violation of the non-native’s rights meaning to use a judicial system to discriminate the unions of culturally mixed couples.

The case file is CV-11-09. White VS. Wade. Plaintiff’s Lawyer is Paul Day, Anishinabe Legal Service. The LL Court appointed Victor Smith to the defendants. Victor Smith also is on the BOD for Anishinabe Legal Services, in other words Paul Day’s supervisor. The Judge is BJ Jones, {advisor for Lakota Peoples Law Project along with ex Senator Abourezk} Federal Law Lawyer hired as LL Court Judge. Why is Leech Lake Court using a lawyer who is an advisor for the Lakota Peoples Law Project ?

A final hearing has been set Oct, 26, 2012 at the Leech Lake Tribal Court, before Judge B. J. Jones of S. Dakota who is an adviser for the Lakota Peoples Law Project , http://lakotalaw.org/learn-more/about-us/our-advisors/ .

The Lakota Peoples Law Project includes AIM member Madonna Thunder Hawk who was over seer of the Wounded Knee Clinic , during the AIM Wounded Knee Occupation when the Black Civil Rights Activist Perry Ray Robinson, who marched with Martin Luther King in his earlier years of life, was shoved into a closet and bled to death after he was beaten and shot by AIM over an argument about Robinson eating a bowl of oatmeal instead of responding immediately to an order by Dennis Banks to attend a meeting. Robinson was then buried somewhere at Wounded Knee and to this day Perry Ray Robinson’s wife continues to try and have his body returned home for a proper burial.

AIM member Madonna (Gilbert) Thunder Hawk also was a participant with the interrogation of Annie Mae Pictou Aquash, a MikMaq Woman from Nova Scotia. Thunder Hawk slapped Annie Mae around , other interrogation tactics by AIM included Leonard Peltier shoving a gun in Annie Mae”s mouth calling her a Pig informant. Leonard Peltier admitted to murdering 2 FBI agents to Annie Mae and Kamook Nicholas (Dennis Banks ex-Wife). These are some of the truths that led to the convictions of 2 AIM members for the murder of Annie Mae.

That execution was ordered by AIM Leadership,  during 3 separate trials where AIM members Arlo Looking Cloud and John Graham were convicted for the murder, and  Thelma Rois for kidnapping , it was established that AIM leadership ordered the execution.

The Lakota Peoples Law Project also has ex Senator James Abourezk listed as one of their advisers, who’s son Charlie was at Russell Means brother, Bill Means house the evening prior to Annie Mae being taken out at dawn, shot in the back of the head, and dumped into a ditch like garbage by AIM members Arlo Looking Cloud and John Graham. The ex-Senator’s son Charlie, did nothing to stop the execution of Annie Mae that AIM leadership ordered.

All of these people lied to the world for 25+ years up until the convictions in 2004 and 2011, saying it was the FBI that murdered Annie Mae, and now after 3 courts that included over a half dozen AIM members  witness testimony , AIM and affiliates claim the government made them murder Annie Mae , and declare the acts of murder and trials as a “political issue.” AIM leadership and much of it’s membership support the convicted murders John Graham and Arlo Looking Cloud along with Leonard Peltier saying this is a “political issue.”

The murder of Annie Mae, Perry Ray Robinson, and other innocents within the Wounded Knee occupation, several corpses of women as reported to the FBI by Lakota Spiritual man Matthew King, are not “political issues”. The continued struggle of Justice for those murdered innocents is based on morals and ethics, which it is evident those previously mentioned do not hold.

It is peculiar for Leech Lake Tribal Court to bring in a Lawyer from such a distance to be the tribal court judge for a simple property dispute, thou not unexpected considering BJ Jones is tied to the hip pockets of Abourzek and his AIMster tin soldiers.

Why does the acting Judge intend to attach a banishment punishment to a civil case?

The initial Judge who accepted the case into tribal court was  Joe Plumber, who  is on the board of directors for Anishinabe Leagal Services, who then resigned from the tribal court and went to Clyde Bellecourts White Earth Reservation, the Plaintiff is Represented by Paul Day of Anishinabe Legal Services, Cherylin Z. Martin-Wade is represented by Victor Smith of Walker MN. Mr Smith is also on the board of directors for Anishinabe Leagal services. All of these facts combined equate to conflict of internist.

The newly elected Leech Lake Tribal Council woman Carri Jones has made it very clear she supports Dennis Banks, and utilized him in her recent campaign drive for election and it is awful odd that there are so many connections to AIM and affiliates with this civil case that is suppose to be about, accusations of personal property not being returned to Mr. Randolph White of Onigum.

The Mindless Wonder Speaks

“He robbing us, he is doing it improperly , illegally”

~Dennis Banks~

10-22-12: update: Final Hearing re-scheduled to Nov. 9th

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