Residents protest plans for BA casino
"We expect them, as good neighbors, to follow the law. The Kialegee tribe does not have federal authority to game on this land," said attorney Jared Cawley, one of the organizers of a grass-roots effort to halt the construction of the gaming establishment.
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#1 Dec 30, 2011
Read the Kialegee constitution and charter and you will see that this will be possible. The AQTT did it in Wetumka and that set the precedence for Kialegee to move forward with their own casino and in response to Mr. Cawley the federal government does not have to give their authority, that is restricted Indian land and is NOT under the jurisdiction of the federal government, the state or the city, this includes the BIA, the NIGC and the Creek Nation.
Just look at WHO the land belongs to, Marcella is well versed in Indian law and I can assure you she has had this in the works since around 2006-2007.
There are things that can slow them down BUT there is NOTHING that can stop them.
MARK MY WORDS "Kialegee WILL have a casino"
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