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MNN. Sept. 29, 2016. Judge Frederick Scullin [Bones] of the New York Federal Court tried to throw out so far 8 of the “Onondaga15” pro se plaintiffs/victims of the I-81 NYS INDIAN Detail attack on May 18, 1997. Five were a few minutes late because the guards kept them outside the courtroom. After argument they were reinstated.

Scullin does not allow evidence like a video showing women, children and elders standing around the ceremonial fire on the Jones property and being viciously attacked and arrested. Any evidence contrary to the interests of the NYS I-81 INDIAN Detail, especially their contradictory statements are being kept out. One was not allowed to cross-examine the cop in case of false arrest.

'Henh! Stop Police Brutality!'

‘Henh! We told you to stop resisting police brutality!’

Scullin ordered the plaintiff to give him his questions to decide if they can be asked by someone else. The plaintiff insisted on asking them himself, which by law he’s allowed to. The fix is in!

Behind New York State royalty!!

NYS ‘royalty’: “You tell ’em, judge!!”

Scullin glanced for a second at the questions and then denied all questions, without explanation. An argument ensued. Scullin ordered him out of the courtroom. The plaintiff asked, “What does that mean?” Scullin demanded the plaintiff leave. The man asked, “What does that mean?” Scullin did not answer. The man asked, “Judge, can you clarify what you mean? Are you throwing me out of the case?”

Scullin yelled, “I want you out of my courtroom for the rest of the day!”

The plaintiff said, “I don’t believe you have ever experienced a case like this. Throw me out of the case so I can start my appeal!” Scullin wouldn’t.

Scullin ordered the jury out so they could not see his continued abuse. The plaintiff’s loud voice could be heard through the walls.

Freddie Scullin [Bones]: "You can appeal my disgusting rulings".

Freddie Scullin [Bones]: “You can appeal my disgusting rulings”.

Two plaintiffs left the courtroom with the boisterous man to protect him. During the chaos, one guard at the door pushed the plaintiff in the back. The plaintiff asked, “What are you doing?” One guard said, “At least I’m not a savage”, No, he’s a racist! Fifteen cops arrived as a show of force and escorted the three of the “Onondagas 15” out of the courthouse. Shuddering Scullin ran to his chamber where he could have a good cry.

It appears the court is trying to sabotage the case, hoping the jury will give a decision that supports the Troopers for their crimes.

One woman supporter walked out shaking her fist at the judge, “I’m a warrior!”

The INDIAN Detail that viciously beat the plaintiffs on May 18, 1997 sit and watch. The warriors were falsely accused of being at the gathering and putting the women and children on the front lines and running away!

Scullin continues to try to derail the pro se plaintiffs’ case. [Stand with the Onondaga15, 100 South Clinton in Syracuse]. thahoketoteh. 

As the Onondaga15 are being railroaded by Judge Scullin [Bones], we are reminded of the Grateful Dead song “Casey Jones”: “Driving that train, high on cocaine. Casey Jones, you better watch your speed. Trouble ahead, trouble behind, and you know that notion just crossed my mind.”

 

 

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PERSONS CONCERNED ABOUT JUSTICE FOR THE “ONONDAGA 15” CAN HELP. Call these parties and ask them for their position: District Court Fax 315-234-8501, Angela C. Winfieldawinfield@barclaydamon.com; Brittany E. Aungier baungier@barclaydamon.com; Carol L. Rhinehart crhinehart@ongov.netdkarle@ongov.net; Devin M. Cain dcain@maglaw.com; Elkan Abramowitz EAbramowitz@maglaw.com; Gabriel M. Nugent gnugent@barclaydamon.com 315-425-2836 Fax 1-315-425-2836; Joanna Gozzi Joannagozzi@ongov.netdenisekarle@ongov.net; Jodi M. Peikin JPeikin@Maglaw.comCSeel@Maglaw.comRAnello@Maglaw.com; Robert J. Anello ranello@magislaw.com; Terrance J. Hoffman tjhoffman@cnymail.com 315-471-4107; Timothy P. Mulvey timothy.mulvey@ag.ny.gov 315-448-4800 Fax 1-315-448-4800; Judge Scullon’s assistant Nicole Eallonardo Nicole_eallonardo@nynd.uscourts.gov Fax 1-315-234-8501. Ask Syracuse Post Standard to cover this rial 315-470-0011. amygoodman@democracynow.com, New York Times executive-editor@nytimes.com 

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MNN. Sept. 26, 2016. The Syracuse court has not been friendly to us. Judge Frederick J. Scullin [bones] decided to speed up the trial by violating the individual rights of the pro se plaintiffs. He forced them to choose one spokesperson, violating the rights of the other Onondaga 15 plaintiffs/victims. They can’t cross-examine the NYS Police defendants. This an unprecedent 20 year case. The court matrix is bizarre. american-cops

Scullin started to limit the questions . Then he began asking the questions himself, often answering them himself.

'Judging by those smoke signals, they know we're here and they're not afraid of us!'

When the questions are in the plaintiff’s favor, Scullin interrupts. Rules are changed from one moment to the next. Then he demanded a list of questions be submitted to him for approval, repeatedly saying, “If you don’t like my ruling, you can appeal”.

NYS Trooper: "For trespassing on your land doing a ceremony & having a picnic".

NYS Trooper: “For trespassing on your land doing a ceremony & having a picnic”.

Then Scullin threw out almost all the questions without looking at them. The evidence is almost nothing. He does not want the jury to see videos of the horrific beating and false arrest for trespassing on private land on May 18, 1997. He won’t let the jury go out to see the Jones land to view the fog line, billboards, wood pallets, Route I-81, the house and site of the ceremonial fire.

When we object and ask for explanation, he says he doesn’t have to explain. The DA is granted most objections. We are seeing the panorama of the destructive power of the Indian Ring.

One plaintiff had enough. He stood up and demanded justice from Scullin and said he wanted to be dismissed from the case so he could start an appeal. He was thrown out of the courtroom for the rest of the day. Scullin’s voice broke, sounding much like he wanted to cry and then he ran out of the courtroom.

This case belongs in the International Criminal Court where we might get a fair trial. thahoketoteh.

Don Fogerty sings about the elite Americans where judge Scullin {Bones] comes from: Some folks are born made to wave the flag. Ooh, that red, white and blue. When the band plays ‘Hail to the Chief”, Ooh, they point the cannon at you. It ain’t me, It ain’t me. I ain’t no senator’s son. It ain’t me. it ain’t me, I ain’t no fortunate one…. some folks inherit star spangled eyes. Ooh, they send you down to war. And when you ask them ‘How much should we give?”, they only answer “More, more, more”.  

 

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PERSONS CONCERNED ABOUT JUSTICE FOR THE “ONONDAGA 15” CAN HELP. Call these parties and ask them for their position: District Court Fax 315-234-8501, Angela C. Winfieldawinfield@barclaydamon.com; Brittany E. Aungier baungier@barclaydamon.com; Carol L. Rhinehart crhinehart@ongov.netdkarle@ongov.net; Devin M. Cain dcain@maglaw.com; Elkan Abramowitz EAbramowitz@maglaw.com; Gabriel M. Nugent gnugent@barclaydamon.com 315-425-2836 Fax 1-315-425-2836; Joanna Gozzi Joannagozzi@ongov.netdenisekarle@ongov.net; Jodi M. Peikin JPeikin@Maglaw.comCSeel@Maglaw.comRAnello@Maglaw.com; Robert J. Anello ranello@magislaw.com; Terrance J. Hoffman tjhoffman@cnymail.com 315-471-4107; Timothy P. Mulvey timothy.mulvey@ag.ny.gov 315-448-4800 Fax 1-315-448-4800; Judge Scullon’s assistant Nicole Eallonardo Nicole_eallonardo@nynd.uscourts.gov Fax 1-315-234-8501. Ask Syracuse Post Standard to cover this rial 315-470-0011. amygoodman@democracynow.com, New York Times executive-editor@nytimes.com 

Scullin has disallowed this evidence so the  jury cannot make an informed decision.

 

 

 

 

 

 

WORLD PRAYER

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MNN. SEPT. 19, 2016. Prayer is like a fart under the blanket. When disaster hits, people ask for prayers. Why? We acknowledge creation in our own way to ourselves. Our constitution doesn’t mention it. You can smell a fart. After a while you don’t even smell it anymore. It goes from your behind to your nose. Only the farter and their partner smell it and get the benefit, if any.americans-pray-1024x680

It’s time to get out from under the blanket where we’ve been for 500 years. Prayers never saved us. We’ve been smelling our own fart over and over again. We need to smell the fresh air as nature intended.

The ship came here and brought a load of pacification/prayers.

The ship came here and brought a load of pacification/prayers.

An old elder said that when he was a young man he was a warrior man of action. It wasn’t prayer that brought success when he needed a clear mind, clean nostrils and good reflexes.

The biggest s.b.d. [silent but deadly] farter in the world is the Pope whose fart doesn’t penetrate the atmosphere because he hides it under his heavy skirt. Don’t stand too close to him because spontaneous internal combustion might kill us all!

The trial of the Onondaga 15 in Syracuse smells like the worst silent but deadly, moldy, fart. [@ 100 South Clinton]

He wanted us to pray while he kept on farting He wanted us to pray while he kept on farting.

He wanted us to pray while he farted. 

Maybe we should have a world fart day for peace where everyone participates and feels better. Would it help? Prayers never did. We have to try something new. In the meantime we need fresh air to think and find solutions. We should be talking about world peace, not prayer. tekanaratatis

As Frank Zappa teaches about shysterism: “The mystery man came over and said, ‘I’m outta sight’. He said for a nominal service charge I could reach Nirvana tonight. Well, I was ready, willing and able to pay him his regular fee. He said he would drop all his present affairs and devote his attention to me. And he said, ‘Look here, brother, who you jiving with that cosmik debris?” 

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PERSONS CONCERNED ABOUT JUSTICE FOR THE “ONONDAGA 15” CAN HELP. Call these parties and ask them for their position: District Court Fax 315-234-8501, Angela C. Winfieldawinfield@barclaydamon.com; Brittany E. Aungier baungier@barclaydamon.com; Carol L. Rhinehart crhinehart@ongov.netdkarle@ongov.net; Devin M. Cain dcain@maglaw.com; Elkan Abramowitz EAbramowitz@maglaw.com; Gabriel M. Nugent gnugent@barclaydamon.com 315-425-2836 Fax 1-315-425-2836; Joanna Gozzi Joannagozzi@ongov.netdenisekarle@ongov.net; Jodi M. Peikin JPeikin@Maglaw.comCSeel@Maglaw.comRAnello@Maglaw.com; Robert J. Anello ranello@magislaw.com; Terrance J. Hoffman tjhoffman@cnymail.com 315-471-4107; Timothy P. Mulvey timothy.mulvey@ag.ny.gov 315-448-4800 Fax 1-315-448-4800; Judge Scullon’s assistant Nicole Eallonardo Nicole_eallonardo@nynd.uscourts.gov Fax 1-315-234-8501. Ask Syracuse Post Standard to cover this rial 315-470-0011. amygoodman@democracynow.com, New York Times executive-editor@nytimes.com 

ROGUE STATE NEW YORK

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MNN. 28 Nov. 2015. Indian Law Resource Center ILRC of Washington DC and Montana was involved since 1988 in the conflict between New York State and the rotino’shonni/Iroquois confederacy. They were to dismantle the true rotino’shonni and create a corporate Confederacy. They promoted federally recognized longhouses in almost every Iroquois territory. ILRC is funded by the Rockfeller Foundation, Ford Foundation and Oren Lyon’s Fund of the Four Directions. Genocide, corporate councils, false flags, fake land claims and unlawful taxation are some of the strategies used to dispossess the onkwe’hon:weh landowners of New York State. The bankers and their governments established federally incorporated INDIAN tribal/band councils to divide and conquer us.

The following information is based on ILRC Annual Reports from 1988 to 1995. MNN June 15, 1997. 

Tonawanda, Tuscarora and Onondaga councils applied to comply with US laws and signed the taxing agreement with New York State, to be applied to all or communities. This was an attempt to destroy the economy of our nations. On May 14, 1997, Judge Hon. Rose H. Sconiers ruled the Onondaga Council of Chiefs cannot make deals with New York State. It is “beyond its delegated authority, ultra vires and unlawful”. This is economic coercion, by permitting tax free status to only certain designated Tribal members.

Onondaga beating May 18, 1997.

Onondaga beating May 18, 1997.

This victory in the courts lead to the rotino’shonni people’s celebration at Onondaga on May 18, 1997 and the subsequent attack by US government. The trial of NYS Troopers begins in January 2016. Onondaga Rally.

BACKGROUND

1990 ILRC Annual Report: the federally recognized Chiefs’ Council viewed the Mohawks as racketeers, lawless and violent, related to gambling enterprises which threaten to overwhelm some federally created Indian governments (p.10). Smokeshops and businesses in other communities were challenging the councils that remit taxes to NYS. ILRC urged the Governor to promptly provide basic law enforcement. “After the shooting deaths of two Mohawks, NYS Police moved in to Akwesasne, closed the casinos and established order”.

Hey, Trooper, what's your problem?

“Ow! Trooper, what’s your problem?”

Doug George, editor of Akwesasne Notes, and leading opponent of gambling, was charged in Canada with the death of one Mohawk. ILRC called him a “crusading journalist imprisoned on trumped up charges”. ILRC and the Canadian government defended Doug, whose charges were stayed. Doug was sited as a NYS informant according to court disclosures for the May 17, 1997, attack at Onondaga.

ILRC also “advised the federally recognized council and [pretend] Six Nations Confederacy leaders about a peaceful resolution of the Oka crisis in Quebec in July 1990. ILRC said, “the same “warriors” at Akwesasne were involved in the resistance there”. ILRC met personally with NYS Govenor Cuomo to resolve the law enforcement and gambling issues”. ILRC asked the federal government to stop the Tuscarora Nation from operating businesses without the license and approval required by federal Indian law and the federal Indian trader statutes.

ILRC helped the federally sanctioned Onondaga set up controls of non-compliant businesses. On May 14, 1997, the New York State Supreme Court found that the NYS actions in forcing Indians to pay sales taxes on fuel and cigarettes was illegal.

Feds, NYS, ILRC & Onondaga chiefs plan of attack.

Feds, NYS, ILRC & Onondaga chiefs plan attack.

kaianereh:kowa, the Constitution of the Iroquois Confederacy, sets out the teio’hateh nation-to-nation relationship between the Iroquois and the newcomers. The NYS Court is part of the NYS judicial system, and the issue was between NYS and the Seneca Nation. NYS, as one of the parties and cannot sit in judgment. This violates the universal right to a hearing before an impartial third party.

1992 Annual Report: ILRC assisted the federally recognized Mohawk Nation Council of Chiefs, to control gambling and cigarette smuggling in Akwesasne on the New York-Canada border. ILRC drafted the lawsuit under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act asking NYS to protect the federally supported anti-gambling Mohawks. ILRC helped the county sheriff enter the territory and arrest persons for violating NYS law. ILRC warned them of the legal dangers of not complying with state tax laws and federal excise and income tax laws”. (p. 13). “The Six Nations chiefs asked for an analysis of New York’s statutes and regulations on taxing sales on Indian reservations”. (p. 14).homelands security

1993 Annual Report: “One of the most pressing concerns of the Six Nations Confederacy was unlawful and unregulated businesses on the reservations”. State criminal prosecutions, lack of resources and uncooperative state and federal authorities interfered. [Legitimate] businesses openly defied federal Indian law. ILRC enlisted the Bureau of Indian Affairs, the U.S. Attorney general, and the Justice Department to revoke federal traders licenses, to prosecute criminals [!], to make agreements with local law enforcement authorities, and enforce civil suits to close down the businesses. This was one of the causes of the Oka Crisis in Canada in 1990.

1994 Annual Report: They worked with the corporate tribal chiefs to strengthen federal law, control economic activities and enforce new federal regulations to give them more power to control businesses. [P. 12). ILRC Executive Director Tim Coulter attended the Summit of the Americas in December 1994, in Miami, as a guest of the White House. (p. 13).

Bloodline defence strategy.

Bloodline defence strategy.

1995 Annual Report: ILRC launched a lawsuit to recover thousands of acres of reservation land that was illegally taken from the Mohawks by New York State. New York demanded taxes from Mohawk businesses before they would settle. (p. 4). ILRC stated that “Racketeer businessmen have tried to overthrow the sovereign Indian governments by refusing to submit to legal controls and taxation by the federally incorporated Indian councils”. (p. 8).

New York is America’s number one problem child. As Bon Scott sings: “I’m hot and when I’m not, I’m cold as ice. See me coming, step aside or pay the price. What I want I take. What I don’t I break. And you’re on my list. Dead or alive. I got a 45 and I never miss. I’m a problem child”.

 

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JULY 4 – IS IT “INDEPENDENCE”?

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MNN. July 4, 2015. The Great Peace showed that we are not independent unless we understand how we are dependent and how we can come to one mind. July 4th is a religious day to show how to worship the Golden Calf, the falsest god, and to celebrate being owned by the corporation of the United States of America.

The endless hunger.

The endless hunger.

 

Our land was invaded by people trying to repeat the same success and use the same means as the billionaires of their original country. They arrived sick and diseased. The Great Peace had us pity them. We took care of them, clothed and fed them and healed their bodies but not their minds. They exploited our kindness. Some got rich. US society and laws worked for the rich but not for the poor. Their dependence will continue until Americans face up to the truth of their origins: war, genocide, theft, destruction of our land, imposition of the false party system to replace the clan system, the monetization of everything to create big banks to control all the money. Independence can only come from justice. They have to face us!

Ability to reason has been kept from these people. July 4th is a party to mask the poverty of their illusion. No wonder it is the biggest drunk of the year. The slaves get a day off. Eat hot dogs at the baseball game amid drunken hysteria, millions will be spent on fireworks while the homeless and a quarter of the children in the US go hungry. There will be arguing, fighting and killings. No one is safe. People will be wallowing in the muck of this lie, trying desperately to forget the illusion they live in.

True US believer!

True US believer!

The Americans think you can build a healthy society without being responsible to anyone but themselves. They love tyranny which they will turn to their own use. To change the system we must cut out the heart, which are the City of London and Wall Street. 13,000 men came and chopped down the tree of peace at Onondaga to break the Great Peace and to break the spirit of our people. They failed. They think in things and we think in ideas which can’t be killed. Their Aristotle knew this. Last year his tree, which was preserved, was cut down for firewood because of their corporatism.

Canada is the preferred system for the new world because the slaves believe they are free even while they know they are not. In the US everyone has guns to free themselves, but they too are not free.

The corrupt Congress does not have to pretend to take care of the people anymore. The economy that benefits the !% is put above societal needs. They get the profit. The people pay off their debts.

Party til the end.

Party at the end of the world.

The Romans had theatres to divert the minds of the people, where the poor were entertained and could eat even while they had to starve at home. This is July 4th!

When kasatstensera kowa sa oiera [the great natural power] came, there was a true independence day. Common sense showed how we would share and understand our dependence as creatures upon all living things. We then could be truly independent.

Chris Chistopherson [Me and Bobby McGree] sang that: “Freedom’s just another word for nothin’ left to lose, And nothin’ left was all she left to me, Feelin’ good was easy, Lord, when Bobby sang the blues, And buddy, that was good enough for me. Good enough for me and Bobby McGee”. Of course, he’s an American who understands that their system is broken.

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BARE NAKED EMPIRE [io’nents:toten]

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MNN. June 4, 2015. We can all see they are criminals and they’re all going to the gulag that they built for us. TRC ‘terminator” Murray Sinclair’s recommendations and the Senators passing the anti-ongwe’hon:weh Bill C-51 on the same day is no coincidence. Minister of Indian Affairs Valcourt showed his disrespect for our slain missing murdered women. He refused to stand with everyone else in the room. They all took oaths to the CROWN and Canon Law, which is based on the Pope being God who owns every living thing on this earth.

"Not sure where to go. I'm a Heinz 57!"

“Let’s get ready to move home!”

The earth is everybody’s mother. The only way you can attach yourself to your mother is through the women of your original homeland. Their children who have been away from their original part of the world are lost and cannot find their way home through mother earth hereoin ono’ware:geh.

If you are transplanted to somebody else’s part of the earth, you need to go home and help your children to reconnect to their mother so they can be whole again.  When all people do this the desecration of mother earth will end.

teiohateh is the formula for peace and perpetual co-existance between different peoples. We have been trying since 1701 to teach the Europeans this philosophy. We went to London in 1710 to spread the teiohateh concept to the European monarchs and their people. The monarchs saw they would lose their hierarchical paternal control structure. 65 years later they engineered the first modern day “false flag” war called the American Revolution. They used their army to chop down the actual tree of peace that stood for 3,300 years at Onondaga. The tree was the physical evidence of Dekanawida and the Great Peace. Then the Europeans established the Republic of War, the USA, and set out to annihilate us.

"An island where I can store my money."

“An island where I can store the money.”

teiohateh allowed them to live here under our protection in perpetual peace. It was and still is an experiment to use the good mind. Our goal has always been to achieve peace throughout the world for everyone.

Anyone who sees our land as something to monetize, fractionalize and rationalize has to leave and return to their own land where they will be cured of this ailment. This is the problem on earth today. They ran away from their own mothers.  Like all runaways, they will never find peace until they heal with their mother. Only then can they stop desecrating their mother.

"Goo goo! I want my mommy!

“Mummy, can you put more cream on my sore bum?”

The festering pimple at 6 Nay has started to spread its roots to Ottawa. The only cure for this type of extreme diaper rash is what the immortal Bo Diddley sings: “You gonna be sorry that you left me alone. You’re gonna be sorry. Pack your bags and now you gone. You’re gonna be sorry. Tried everything to get along with you. You’re gonna be sorry. I tried every little thing I knew how to do. You’re gonna be sorry. You don’t love me no mo’ was the reason why you gonna go. Back Home. Go back home.”

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"The rats go first!"

“The rats go first!”

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TEN STEPS TO REGIME CHANGE

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MNN. 18, 2015. The Indian Lands Acts of 1924 established the POW camps called “Indian Reserves” IR throughout Canada. Bill C-51 is Canada’s latest attempt to legalize genocide. Here are ten steps to illegally dismantle the ongwe’hon:weh through corporate regime change, relocation or unwitnessed lethal procedures.

"They were demanding decent water and housing!!"

“They wanted decent water and housing!!”

1.The military response unit is located at the high tech Indian Affairs “war room”, directed by a well-briefed investigator and surveillance head. He reports to a senior commissioned officer. Federal, state and provincial entities work together to benefit from eliminating the ongwe’hon:weh. Top brass, all units in the detail and the local band councils work together. Military response teams surround all IRs. Operations are planned years in advance.

2.Detailed reporting on all incidents, including rumors and concocted stories. Surveillance is constant. Agents infiltrate the community in various guises. A “to be taken out” list is created.

3.Soldiers & CSIS/CIA agents are imbedded in media to control information, turn the public against the target, film the operation for study and identification.

Isn't it time for you to sit down and talk with us?

Isn’t it time for you to sit down and talk with us?

4.The media induces fear into the surrounding communities promoting fear and anger towards any  ongwe’hon:weh. In 1990 the surrounding communities requested the military attack the Mohawks. Command posts are set up at a moment’s notice to go into the IR once the conflict is created. “New management” or lethal force is demanded. This historical record continues. See below “Rocks at Whisky Trench”.

5.The “economic hit man” pays off the band and tribal council for their cooperation. Chiefs liaise constantly with the military. Secret meetings are held at local golf courses. The commander is involved during the “live” operation.

"They never quit fighting to keep their land from us!"

“Our mother can never ever be sold!”

6.Professionals, elders, men, women and children are targeted to silence them. Some are banished. Businesses are controlled or burnt destroyed.

7.Provocateurs, informants, infiltrators, workers and goons watch and report to the investigator. They are trained to befriend, create dissent, spread false rumors, pacify or carry out local attacks, or conflicts to divide the people, with impunity.

8.Band councils sign blank arrest warrants. Local cops stand by while targeted residents are threatened. Some incidents are “false flags” to mislead the people and heighten tension. The ensuing chaos eventually discredits cops and band councils. The military comes in to control the situation.

 

"I just outlawed the INDIANS!!!

“The people will wipe that smile off your face later this year, Stevie”!!!

9.The band and tribal councils agrees to come under the control of a political and economic corporation to create ‘peace’. Martial law is established. Roads closed. Houses searched. Curfews. No civil rights. Trouble makers removed. A combination of theatre, coercion and threats to control everybody and to bring about the desired corporate regime. Perpetrators report they were “just following orders” and can’t remember doing anything wrong, until they are charged with human rights abuses and genocide!

10.The law of the land of Great Turtle Island is the Kania’nereh:kowa. It shall prevail.

2001 interrogation of Dennis Blythe, BCI Bureau of Criminal Investigation on the INDIAN Detail conducted May 18, 1997, by the Onondaga Council of Chiefs Inc. and New York State against the Rotinoshonni. US District Court, Northern District of NY. [Ronald Jones vs. NYS 98 CV 374.]  

Paul Rogers of Bad Company tells us how the seagull from his high vantage point sees things much more clearly: “Seagull, you fly across the horizon, into the misty morning sun. Nobody asks you where you are going. Nobody knows where you’re from. And you fly through the sky, never asking why.” 

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VICTORY IN US COURT OF APPEAL

 

– NYS TROOPERS ILLEGALLY “AMBUSHED” IROQUOIS IN ONONDAGA IN 1997

MNN. Oct. 17, 2006. Nine years ago we went to Onondaga to celebrate a victory against New York State who wanted to illegally tax us in violation of the U.S. Constitution. Around noon, on May 18, 1997, when we started to burn tobacco on Andrew Jones property right along Interstate 81, the “Indian Detail” Division of the New York State Troopers came along the highway. They were dressed in full riot gear and bearing riot batons. A videotape made at the time reveals some troopers joking about their “sticks” and how every trooper has “gotta have a stick”. One trooper said that the Indians needed “to get their asses kicked”. They had removed their name tags even though the State Police Manual requires them to be worn at all times.

The Troopers used the “skirmish line” formation by facing the protesters who were 70 feet off the highway and then surrounded us. They were lead by Ollie Gibson who was wearing a ribbon shirt and pointing out people to them. Does this mean that the Troopers don’t know one Indian from another or who was a man or who was a woman or a child? We all had dark skin and dark hair.

They walked towards us smacking their batons on their palms. They charged into the people and began arresting protesters, beating us with batons, dragging us by our hair and kicking us. They threw one man, who was praying, to the ground and chocked him. They manhandled an eleven-year old girl and an elderly medicine woman and even tossed a baby in a double leg cast from his stroller. Not a nice bunch of people!

There was no order and no warning to us. The Troopers tried to stop people from taking pictures and video taping what was going on by putting their hands over the lenses and threatening to arrest the cameramen. They even beat up some of them. A videotape is available of the news clippings which appeared over and over again on local television in Syracuse.

26 people were arrested and charged. All charges were dismissed. One woman was accused of not moving out of the way when told to do so. She had fainted. They had to use smelling salts to revive her and then arrest her. The Troopers brought charges against one man for “running back and forth in a provocative manner”. He was acquitted. This man had arrived late, looked around at the melee, in shock and got the h–l kicked out of him.

The father of the property owner, Ron Jones, was murdered in his home soon after. His hands were cut off and his house in Onondaga was torched. This is still an unsolved murder. We continue to put our messages about New York States complicity with certain Indian individuals, the murders and other crimes on the billboard right next to Route 81 for all the world to see. This is one of the ways we can tell the public about our issues.

We brought charges against them in the US District Court for the Northern District of New York for violating our freedom of speech, religion and assembly, using excessive force, conspiring to violate our rights, our right to equal protection, while being indifferent to our medical needs. We did not want this to happen again to our people. The Troopers claimed that they had “qualified immunity” that “shields police officers acting in their official capacity from suits for damage…” They said they made an “honest mistake”. Is this like being “killed by friendly fire”? Are they saying, “I just forgot! Sorry for beating you up and killing you. I didn’t mean to let you make me get so mad at you”.

They lost at the first level. The Troopers took this decision to the US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. On October 4th 2006 they lost again. Does this mean that the Troopers are going to be the fall guys for New York State and whoever requested and ordered this attack? [See case posted on  mohawknationnews.com].

The troopers want to get out of all this by declaring they had “qualified immunity” that they think will let them off the hook. This last decision makes it hard for NY State. So now we can look forward to a 6 to 8 month trial in Syracuse.

There are the issues. We were demonstrating on private property and the Troopers dispersed our meeting. The Troopers had just come from the Seneca protest on the New York State Thruway. There is evidence that the Troopers were partially motivated by what had happened elsewhere.

When the Troopers came in, it was tantamount to going into a church, chasing people out and desecrating their institution during a “religious” gathering. We asked for an injunction to stop the cops from attacking us again. There is a film showing the viciousness of the attack.

It was also found that the Troopers had pre-planned this attack. The protesters had gone to the Jones property 10 days before. The people had started a ceremonial fire and then invited other members of the Six Nations to join them on May 18th 1997 for a ceremonial gathering. About 100 people came. We handed out pamphlets on 81 as the cars slowed down to see what was going on. Then we backed off.

This is an important case because we need to curb the power of the police to make up scenarios so they can carry out their “Indian Detail” agenda. They said they believed that there would be guns there. In other words, they took the law into their own hands. Obviously the court did not believe them. On May 17th, the day before, calls went out. State Troopers were told to meet at the K Mart parking lot in Nedrow. This was coordinated with the local Sheriff with paddy wagons and the whole works. The plan of attack was set out. On the 18th more Troopers arrived at that parking lot.

At that time they were approached by Onondaga resident, Stone Horse, who told them that it was a peaceful gathering. He noticed they had all taken off their name badges and asked them why. The Troopers said that the pins might hurt and distract them, even though they were sporting guns in their holsters. [Do we think maybe they didn’t want their name badges damaged? Were they taking themselves out of their own persona and putting themselves into an adolescent street gang that could run rough shod over Indians with impunity? It’s not their badges that beat us up. It’s them! They still are what they are – New York State Troopers!]

Stone Horse told them that a few people would be handing out flyers and that there would be cameramen there. The people were not on the road for a short time. Stone Horse said, “We are off the road. What do you want us to do?”

The police were asked if they gave orders to us to disperse. They said, “No!” They started to arrest whoever they could lay their hands on. Why? They did not know why?” Did you see a gun there? “No!” they replied. Was politics running the police? Was it premeditated? They were going to arrest and kick ass, according to them. The Troopers said that we refused to leave the road. We were not on the road as they started to attack us.

We have a very important story to tell. There are two issues we want to deal with. What is the New York State Police “Indian Detail” Division? We know that the outside police cannot go on our land and onto private property.

One of the plaintiffs spoke about the case. He said that we are not taxable by a foreign government. We were celebrating its acknowledgement. Our people stood up against an illegal attempt to bring taxation against our people. We won in the court. Governor George Pataki said that he was going to be the first Governor of New York State to “put the Indians in their place”. The Chiefs worked with New York State to sign an illegal taxing agreement which had just been rescinded. It was a difficult day for us. We are a sovereign people to this day. New York State cannot impose their will upon us. We had a rally in April 1997 in Albany to make this point. Those who came were a cross section of every segment of the Onkwehonwe communities. Today Attorney General Eliot Spitzer is trying the same fraud.

We told Bob Bateson of the NY State government, “You can enter all the agreements you want with any of the so-called chiefs and leaders. If the grass roots people do not agree, then you have no agreement and you cannot enforce it. That’s the law!”

On May 18, 1997 New York State Troopers acted illegally. The leaders were so intent on proving how mighty and powerful they were. This attack shows how warped their minds are. Within three days Governor Pataki called a press conference at the Museum of the American Indian. When his helicopter landed, he came directly to the Dialogue Team of the Iroquois who were there. He put out his hand and said, “I am so happy to see you here. You are going to like what I am going to say”. He went up to the podium and said, “From this day forward we are going to respect the sovereignty of the Indian nations”.

Yes, he backed down on imposing taxes on us. Instead he is collecting taxes by setting up “revenue sharing” schemes with the “tribal” chiefs and councils set up under federal Indian law. This violates the U.S. Constitution and the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act in violation of international laws that respects self-determination. He is ignoring the peoples’ sovereignty by getting the tribal councils to force us to pay taxes to him without consulting us and without our consent.

Now his Attorney General Eliot Spitzer is starting the same war with us again, trying to fraudulently bring in the taxation process against us. Our parents, grandparents and great-grandparents were all in this war. We have said that never again are traitorous chiefs going to do what they have done to us.

We can’t go to our ancestors as they are not here. Should we leave the burden to our children? New York State violated its own laws. Federal Indian law is illegal. We are reminding the colonists that this is our land, our jurisdiction and we have a right to identify ourselves. The colonists must respect the Two Row Wampum and the Great Law. We were born free and are still free. We never agreed to be American or Canadian “Indians” and never will.

We had the wisdom of our ancestors who put that law together. It was the greatest gift that came from our minds. It doesn’t matter what our physical condition is, this is our power. Let us use the wisdom of our ancestors and our minds and we will succeed.

This was part of the resistance by the Iroquois people against the oppression on Turtle Island . For this reason, the Six Nations people are always facing hatred from the corporate controllers of colonial governments and institutions in Canada and the United States. As the guardians of northeastern Turtle Island they want to eliminate us. This is why these states and their corporate interests are exerting so much brute force on us. Our defense in this case with New York State and others is to live according to our constitution, the Great Law of Peace.

Kahentinetha Horn
MNN Mohawk Nation News

Click “News” and see category “New York State”

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Justice is prevailing:

VICTORY IN US COURT OF APPEAL – NYS TROOPERS ILLEGALLY ?AMBUSHED? IROQUOIS IN ONONDAGA IN 1997MNN. Oct. 17, 2006. Nine years ago we went to Onondaga to celebrate a victory against New York State who wanted to illegally tax us in violation of the U.S. Constitution. Around noon, on May 18, 1997, when we started to burn tobacco on Andrew Jones property right along Interstate 81, the ?Indian Detail? Division of the New York State Troopers came along the highway. They were dressed in full riot gear and bearing riot batons. A videotape made at the time reveals some troopers joking about their ?sticks? and how every trooper has ?gotta have a stick?. One trooper said that the Indians needed ?to get their asses kicked?. They had removed their name tags even though the State Police Manual requires them to be worn at all times.

The Troopers used the ?skirmish line? formation by facing the protesters who were 70 feet off the highway and then surrounded us. They were lead by Ollie Gibson who was wearing a ribbon shirt and pointing out people to them. Does this mean that the Troopers don?t know one Indian from another or who was a man or who was a woman or a child? We all had dark skin and dark hair.

They walked towards us smacking their batons on their palms. They charged into the people and began arresting protesters, beating us with batons, dragging us by our hair and kicking us. They threw one man, who was praying, to the ground and chocked him. They manhandled an eleven-year old girl and an elderly medicine woman and even tossed a baby in a double leg cast from his stroller. Not a nice bunch of people!

There was no order and no warning to us. The Troopers tried to stop people from taking pictures and video taping what was going on by putting their hands over the lenses and threatening to arrest the cameramen. They even beat up some of them. A videotape is available of the news clippings which appeared over and over again on local television in Syracuse.

26 people were arrested and charged. All charges were dismissed. One woman was accused of not moving out of the way when told to do so. She had fainted. They had to use smelling salts to revive her and then arrest her. The Troopers brought charges against one man for ?running back and forth in a provocative manner?. He was acquitted. This man had arrived late, looked around at the melee, in shock and got the h–l kicked out of him.

The father of the property owner, Ron Jones, was murdered in his home soon after. His hands were cut off and his house in Onondaga was torched. This is still an unsolved murder. We continue to put our messages about New York States complicity with certain Indian individuals, the murders and other crimes on the billboard right next to Route 81 for all the world to see. This is one of the ways we can tell the public about our issues.

We brought charges against them in the US District Court for the Northern District of New York for violating our freedom of speech, religion and assembly, using excessive force, conspiring to violate our rights, our right to equal protection, while being indifferent to our medical needs. We did not want this to happen again to our people. The Troopers claimed that they had ?qualified immunity? that ?shields police officers acting in their official capacity from suits for damage?? They said they made an ?honest mistake?. Is this like being ?killed by friendly fire?? Are they saying, ?I just forgot! Sorry for beating you up and killing you. I didn?t mean to let you make me get so mad at you?.

They lost at the first level. The Troopers took this decision to the US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. On October 4th 2006 they lost again. Does this mean that the Troopers are going to be the fall guys for New York State and whoever requested and ordered this attack? [See case posted onhttp://www.mohawknationnews.com].

The troopers want to get out of all this by declaring they had ?qualified immunity? that they think will let them off the hook. This last decision makes it hard for NY State. So now we can look forward to a 6 to 8 month trial in Syracuse.

There are the issues. We were demonstrating on private property and the Troopers dispersed our meeting. The Troopers had just come from the Seneca protest on the New York State Thruway. There is evidence that the Troopers were partially motivated by what had happened elsewhere.

When the Troopers came in, it was tantamount to going into a church, chasing people out and desecrating their institution during a ?religious? gathering. We asked for an injunction to stop the cops from attacking us again. There is a film showing the viciousness of the attack.

It was also found that the Troopers had pre-planned this attack. The protesters had gone to the Jones property 10 days before. The people had started a ceremonial fire and then invited other members of the Six Nations to join them on May 18th 1997 for a ceremonial gathering. About 100 people came. We handed out pamphlets on 81 as the cars slowed down to see what was going on. Then we backed off.

This is an important case because we need to curb the power of the police to make up scenarios so they can carry out their ?Indian Detail? agenda. They said they believed that there would be guns there. In other words, they took the law into their own hands. Obviously the court did not believe them. On May 17th, the day before, calls went out. State Troopers were told to meet at the K Mart parking lot in Nedrow. This was coordinated with the local Sheriff with paddy wagons and the whole works. The plan of attack was set out. On the 18th more Troopers arrived at that parking lot.

At that time they were approached by Onondaga resident, Stone Horse, who told them that it was a peaceful gathering. He noticed they had all taken off their name badges and asked them why. The Troopers said that the pins might hurt and distract them, even though they were sporting guns in their holsters. [Do we think maybe they didn?t want their name badges damaged? Were they taking themselves out of their own persona and putting themselves into an adolescent street gang that could run rough shod over Indians with impunity? It?s not their badges that beat us up. It?s them! They still are what they are ? New York State Troopers!]

Stone Horse told them that a few people would be handing out flyers and that there would be cameramen there. The people were not on the road for a short time. Stone Horse said, ?We are off the road. What do you want us to do??

The police were asked if they gave orders to us to disperse. They said, ?No!? They started to arrest whoever they could lay their hands on. Why? They did not know why?? Did you see a gun there? ?No!? they replied. Was politics running the police? Was it premeditated? They were going to arrest and kick ass, according to them. The Troopers said that we refused to leave the road. We were not on the road as they started to attack us.

We have a very important story to tell. There are two issues we want to deal with. What is the New York State Police ?Indian Detail? Division? We know that the outside police cannot go on our land and onto private property.

One of the plaintiffs spoke about the case. He said that we are not taxable by a foreign government. We were celebrating its acknowledgement. Our people stood up against an illegal attempt to bring taxation against our people. We won in the court. Governor George Pataki said that he was going to be the first Governor of New York State to ?put the Indians in their place?. The Chiefs worked with New York State to sign an illegal taxing agreement which had just been rescinded. It was a difficult day for us. We are a sovereign people to this day. New York State cannot impose their will upon us. We had a rally in April 1997 in Albany to make this point. Those who came were a cross section of every segment of the Onkwehonwe communities. Today Attorney General Eliot Spitzer is trying the same fraud.

We told Bob Bateson of the NY State government, ?You can enter all the agreements you want with any of the so-called chiefs and leaders. If the grass roots people do not agree, then you have no agreement and you cannot enforce it. That?s the law!?

On May 18, 1997 New York State Troopers acted illegally. The leaders were so intent on proving how mighty and powerful they were. This attack shows how warped their minds are. Within three days Governor Pataki called a press conference at the Museum of the American Indian. When his helicopter landed, he came directly to the Dialogue Team of the Iroquois who were there. He put out his hand and said, ?I am so happy to see you here. You are going to like what I am going to say?. He went up to the podium and said, ?From this day forward we are going to respect the sovereignty of the Indian nations?.

Yes, he backed down on imposing taxes on us. Instead he is collecting taxes by setting up ?revenue sharing? schemes with the ?tribal? chiefs and councils set up under federal Indian law. This violates the U.S. Constitution and the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act in violation of international laws that respects self-determination. He is ignoring the peoples? sovereignty by getting the tribal councils to force us to pay taxes to him without consulting us and without our consent.

Now his Attorney General Eliot Spitzer is starting the same war with us again, trying to fraudulently bring in the taxation process against us. Our parents, grandparents and great-grandparents were all in this war. We have said that never again are traitorous chiefs going to do what they have done to us.

We can?t go to our ancestors as they are not here. Should we leave the burden to our children? New York State violated its own laws. Federal Indian law is illegal. We are reminding the colonists that this is our land, our jurisdiction and we have a right to identify ourselves. The colonists must respect the Two Row Wampum and the Great Law. We were born free and are still free. We never agreed to be American or Canadian ?Indians? and never will.

We had the wisdom of our ancestors who put that law together. It was the greatest gift that came from our minds. It doesn?t matter what our physical condition is, this is our power. Let us use the wisdom of our ancestors and our minds and we will succeed.

This was part of the resistance by the Iroquois people against the oppression on Turtle Island. For this reason, the Six Nations people are always facing hatred from the corporate controllers of colonial governments and institutions in Canada and the United States. As the guardians of northeastern Turtle Island they want to eliminate us. This is why these states and their corporate interests are exerting so much brute force on us. Our defense in this case with New York State and others is to live according to our constitution, the Great Law of Peace.

Kahentinetha Horn
MNN Mohawk Nation News

poster: Thahoketoteh