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"Each handicap is like a hurdle in a steeplechase, and when you ride up to it, if you throw your heart over, the horse will go along, too."


Indian Country Today letter titled,
"Honors Mixed Bloods"
and a reply titled "Mixed Blood Speaks"


Let's Not Forget "Martin Luther King" Civil Rights Leader


An Analysis


July 24, 2007

Senator Orrin Hatch, (R) the senior Senator from Utah sent a letter to the lead plaintiff, of Felter v. Kempthorne, Oranna Felter, telling her the mixed-blood Uinta's have no legal rights or grounds to be provided reparations! In other words he doesn't believe the terminated Uinta deserve to have their federal recognition restored! Hatch states in this letter the fact that he has no intentions to introduce any legislation to repeal the Ute Partition Act!  (Read Hatch's Letter here)

The Lead Plaintiff's reply to Hatch's letter.


No Justice at the end of the Tunnel

May 5th 2007

From: Illa Chivers
My thought's on the latest case known as "Ute Tribe of the Uintah and Ouray Reservation,et al., vs. Ute Distribution Corporation, et al.,." And the damage created by P.L. 671 (The Ute Partition Act of 1954).


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