Oklahoma Attorney General Files Suit To Stop BA Casino
Scott Pruitt submitted a lawsuit Tuesday against the Kialegee Tribal King Tiger Hobia in U.S. District Court in Tulsa.
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#1 Feb 8, 2012
The citizens of Broken Arrow should have the right to say what businesses they want in their town. The indian tribe building this casino is ignoring everyone and will do as they wish.....but for the citizens to say that crime will skyrocket and drunk driving will ruin their neighborhoods. The Hard Rock Casino, in Catoosa, is probably the largest facility in this part of the state. It is next to residential areas and the Catoosa Schools are less than a quarter mile away. There is no cry of agony from Catoosa. The way a facility is run is how it will be known. A casino with a weak management will be a weak partner for the community.
#2 Feb 8, 2012
Why wont those damn Indians do what we want, they act like we f***** them over, stole their land, water, etc.
As for B.A.in general, bunch of a$$e$,F'em.
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