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Salem-News.com (Mar-30-2014 09:36)

Oregon Cop Turns School Zones Into Fraud Zones

I was a military policeman in Saigon in 1972, so I know a little about police work. A military policeman’s motto is, “assist, protect, defend.”

(MCMINNVILLE) - Oregon State Police car An Oregon state police officer, David Peterson, waved me over at random, lied to me about why he pulled me over, then gave me a citation for doing something that he completely fabricated.

Based on the number of people in court fighting officer Peterson’s tickets, I assume he often tells tales of fantasy under oath to get convictions.

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Salem-News.com (Dec-04-2013 17:57)

Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde Respond to Salem-News.com Article

The Council knows this process is not any easy one for the Tribal community but the Council is committed to getting through it with diligence and compassion.

(GRANDE RONDE, OR) - Logo for the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde. The Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde is conducting an enrollment audit. The audit fulfills one of the tasks assigned in the Tribal Strategic Plan for 2010, which was adopted in August of 2009. That plan was formulated after nearly two years of development that began with a Strategic Futures conference in 2007 involving Tribal leaders and members.

The plan directed Enrollment to audit all enrollment files and applications, track reasons for denials, and audit blood quantum records with the goal of strengthening the Grand Ronde Family Tree.

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Salem-News.com (Nov-27-2013 21:52)

Mass Disenrollment Hits the Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde

“This isn’t just about me and my family. This is about the other 900 tribal members who will find a letter of potential disenrollment in their mailbox. This is about all of us,” - family spokesperson, Mia Prickett

(GRANDE RONDE, OR) - Stop tribal disenrollment Up to 1,000 members (nearly 20% of the membership) of the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde Community of Oregon will be receiving letters of potential disenrollment, resulting in what could be the largest termination of American Indian citizenship in United States history.

15 members of the Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde have already been disenrolled, and 79 cases are pending the outcome of hearings scheduled for December.

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