7 Grand Ronde Ancestors Posthumously Disenrolled; Appeals Dismissed

Here are the newest materials in Alexander v. Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde:

At request of counsel for the plaintiffs (see statement below), we have removed these docs:

To Whom It May Concern:
At the behest of the Grand Ronde Tribal Government’s legal counsel, we have removed from our firm’s social media pages any links to certain legal briefs which were sealed under the Grand Ronde Tribal Court’s order issued in September of 2014.  We ask that you likewise remove any legal briefs from your pages.  We regret the inadvertent disclosure of these legal briefs.
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2 Responses to 7 Grand Ronde Ancestors Posthumously Disenrolled; Appeals Dismissed

  1. Kathleen Tom says:

    The action taken by The Confderted Tribes of Grand Rondes Tribal Council does not reflect the majority of the membership, it comes from a few Tribal Coucil who have taken the Tribe to an all time low. It is those Tribal Council who use threats intimidation and lawsuits to silent the Membership and the media from hearing the stories of the family who are the ancestors to some of the treaties the Grand Ronde claim as their ceded lands. Shameful.

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