The United States Government refuses to enforce Civil Rights Protections for American Indians on Tribal Land, claiming that
they do not have jurisdiction because of the Sovereign Status of Tribal Governments.
Yet, The United States Government
makes laws that affect these same governments without their consent or consideration.
The United States places BIA
police on Reservation Lands to enforce BIA laws and the Laws of the United States Governments.
They send the FBI
and other Federal Agencies onto Tribal Land for any purpose they choose.
The United States Government is enforcing
laws on Indian Lands yet they can not enforce the U.S. Constitution on Indian Reservations.
How can the Laws of the
United States Government have any legal standing if the Constitution has no force and effect on Tribal Land.
not be both ways.
Either the laws and Constitution must be equally enforced, or the Laws and constitution can not
If the latter is the case, then all Federal Employees must be removed from Tribal Land and Complete Jurisdiction
must be placed in the hands of Tribal Governments. The Federal Laws can have no force and effect unless they can stand the
test of constitutionality.
How can the FBI, BIA Police, US Marshall and any other Federal Agency enforce laws on
Tribal Land when these laws are NOT protected by the Bill Of Rights contained in the United States Constitution? Is this done
anywhere else in the United States or in any place where the United States Asserts its Jurisdiction and power? Is it only
First Nation People who have NO rights in this country? In a land where even Illegal Aliens have Civil Rights...why is it
that American Indians have NONE?
And if the United States Constitution is not valid or enforceable on Tribal Land,
then how can the United States assume jurisdiction over offenses committed by non Indians on Tribal Land?
United States Government asserts jurisdiction over offenses committed by Indians off of Tribal Lands.
United States Government must surrender Jurisdiction of all offenses committed on Tribal Land to the Tribal Courts, or the
United States must extend the jurisdiction of Tribal Courts to include offenses committed by Indians off of Tribal Land.