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1SG Mark Gomez
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SFC Intelligence Analyst
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How many unemployed Americans?
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SrA John Monette
SrA John Monette
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A1C Mike Allen - i'll tell you who does have the right. the Native American nations that the whites have been oppressing for hundreds of years.
i'm sure you had no problem when the orange man dictate how and why a project happened.
they might violate Native American land now, but i can guarantee they won't violate it for much longer
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A1C Mike Allen
A1C Mike Allen
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SrA John Monette -
Native American Reservations, like the rest of the US, have to comply with Federal Laws.
Most are not 'owned' by any recognized tribes, but are held in 'trusts' by the Federal Government.
The Federal Government can obtain any land necessary for utilities.
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SrA John Monette
SrA John Monette
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A1C Mike Allen - they are, for the most part, sovereign nations. that is why any other law enforcement has to get permission from the Nation before crossing their border.
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A1C Mike Allen
A1C Mike Allen
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SrA John Monette -
That is simply not true.
All reservations are subject to Federal Laws.

"Do laws that apply to non-Indians also apply to Indians?
Yes. As U.S. citizens, American Indians and Alaska Natives are generally subject to federal, state, and local laws. On federal Indian reservations, however, only federal and tribal laws apply to members of the tribe, unless Congress provides otherwise. In federal law, the Assimilative Crimes Act makes any violation of state criminal law a federal offense on reservations. Most tribes now maintain tribal court systems and facilities to detain tribal members convicted of certain offenses within the boundaries of the reservation."
https://www.bia.gov/frequently-asked-questions#:~:text=apply%20to%20Indians%3F-,Yes.,tribe%2C%20unless%20Congress%20provides%20otherwise.
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SFC Randy Hellenbrand
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Good!!!!!!!!!!! Let that tar sit for another thousand or two years.
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