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Muscogee (Creek) Nation sues to restore burial site desecrated by Poarch Creek casino

Muscogee (Creek) Nation sues to restore burial site desecrated by Poarch Creek casino submitted by burkiniwax to IndianCountry [link] [comments]

Attorney General files lawsuit to try to shut down Poarch Creek casinos

Attorney General files lawsuit to try to shut down Poarch Creek casinos submitted by willsfc to Alabama [link] [comments]

How and when will Poarch Creek reopen casinos, resorts?

How and when will Poarch Creek reopen casinos, resorts? submitted by guarea to CoronavirusAlabama [link] [comments]

Mayor Battle also confirmed the group spent some time discussing the possibility of raising funds through gambling and what the impact to opening up a casino through the Poarch Creek Indians does to a community.

Mayor Battle also confirmed the group spent some time discussing the possibility of raising funds through gambling and what the impact to opening up a casino through the Poarch Creek Indians does to a community. submitted by Halaku to HuntsvilleAlabama [link] [comments]

What you need to know about Politico's RSLC, Mike Hubbard bombshell | The Republican State Leadership Committee, an increasingly influential GOP political action committee, accepted campaign funds from the Poarch Creek Band of Indians, who operate casinos on tribal land in Alabama.

What you need to know about Politico's RSLC, Mike Hubbard bombshell | The Republican State Leadership Committee, an increasingly influential GOP political action committee, accepted campaign funds from the Poarch Creek Band of Indians, who operate casinos on tribal land in Alabama. submitted by Carmac to CornbreadLiberals [link] [comments]

Poarch Creeks Should Reconsider Digging Up Graves to Build a Casino

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Native American tribe donates $184,000 to cover funeral costs of people who died in Alabama tornadoes

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36 mega churches in Alabama, but a casino ended up paying for all the funeral costs for the tornado victims. Cause the Christians were all too busy getting their bibles autographed by their new lord and savior Trump. Something, something, you shall know them by their fruits.

Christians got the Bible’s autographed by the man guilty of all the deadly sins while a casino was paying for the funeral costs of the victims.
As the Bible says, you shall know them by their fruits.
EDIT: The Poarch Band of Creek Indians owns and operate the following casinos: Wind Creek Casino & Hotel, Atmore; Wind Creek Casino & Hotel, Wetumpka; and, Wind Creek Casino & Hotel, Montgomery. Tip of the hat to the Native tribes who used their Casino wealth to act more Christian than the Christians in a time of need.
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Gambler hits $1.4M jackpot, casino says bingo machine “malfunctioned” | Ars Technica

This is the best tl;dr I could make, original reduced by 68%. (I'm a bot)
Consider the case of an Alabama man who put $5 into an electronic bingo machine at the Wind Creek Casino in Montgomery, Alabama.
The gambler sued the casino in the tribal court of the Poarch Band of Creek Indians.
Unable to lodge a claim in tribal court, Rape rolled the dice with Alabama's state courts and sued the tribe there.
On Friday, seven years after Rape thought he had hit the jackpot, the Alabama Supreme Court ruled that Rape could not sue the tribe in state court-the proper venue was tribal court.
"The activity out of which Rape's claim arose was gambling. If it occurred on land within the regulatory and adjudicative jurisdiction of the State of Alabama, that activity was illegal. Specifically, that land is located in Elmore County and is not located in one of the counties in Alabama where even the game commonly and traditionally known as bingo is permitted," the court ruled.
The tribe said the Alabama high court did the right thing.
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Gambler hits $1.4M jackpot, casino says bingo machine “malfunctioned”

This is the best tl;dr I could make, original reduced by 68%. (I'm a bot)
Consider the case of an Alabama man who put $5 into an electronic bingo machine at the Wind Creek Casino in Montgomery, Alabama.
The gambler sued the casino in the tribal court of the Poarch Band of Creek Indians.
Unable to lodge a claim in tribal court, Rape rolled the dice with Alabama's state courts and sued the tribe there.
On Friday, seven years after Rape thought he had hit the jackpot, the Alabama Supreme Court ruled that Rape could not sue the tribe in state court-the proper venue was tribal court.
"The activity out of which Rape's claim arose was gambling. If it occurred on land within the regulatory and adjudicative jurisdiction of the State of Alabama, that activity was illegal. Specifically, that land is located in Elmore County and is not located in one of the counties in Alabama where even the game commonly and traditionally known as bingo is permitted," the court ruled.
The tribe said the Alabama high court did the right thing.
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Gambler hits $1.4M jackpot, casino says bingo machine “malfunctioned” - Gambler has no right to contest non-payment because casino is on tribal land.

This is the best tl;dr I could make, original reduced by 68%. (I'm a bot)
Consider the case of an Alabama man who put $5 into an electronic bingo machine at the Wind Creek Casino in Montgomery, Alabama.
The gambler sued the casino in the tribal court of the Poarch Band of Creek Indians.
Unable to lodge a claim in tribal court, Rape rolled the dice with Alabama's state courts and sued the tribe there.
On Friday, seven years after Rape thought he had hit the jackpot, the Alabama Supreme Court ruled that Rape could not sue the tribe in state court-the proper venue was tribal court.
"The activity out of which Rape's claim arose was gambling. If it occurred on land within the regulatory and adjudicative jurisdiction of the State of Alabama, that activity was illegal. Specifically, that land is located in Elmore County and is not located in one of the counties in Alabama where even the game commonly and traditionally known as bingo is permitted," the court ruled.
The tribe said the Alabama high court did the right thing.
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Gambler hits $1.4M jackpot, casino says bingo machine “malfunctioned” | Ars Technica I’m sorry sir that machine was supposed to be rigged. You understand.

This is the best tl;dr I could make, original reduced by 68%. (I'm a bot)
Consider the case of an Alabama man who put $5 into an electronic bingo machine at the Wind Creek Casino in Montgomery, Alabama.
The gambler sued the casino in the tribal court of the Poarch Band of Creek Indians.
Unable to lodge a claim in tribal court, Rape rolled the dice with Alabama's state courts and sued the tribe there.
On Friday, seven years after Rape thought he had hit the jackpot, the Alabama Supreme Court ruled that Rape could not sue the tribe in state court-the proper venue was tribal court.
"The activity out of which Rape's claim arose was gambling. If it occurred on land within the regulatory and adjudicative jurisdiction of the State of Alabama, that activity was illegal. Specifically, that land is located in Elmore County and is not located in one of the counties in Alabama where even the game commonly and traditionally known as bingo is permitted," the court ruled.
The tribe said the Alabama high court did the right thing.
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YSK that if you visit a federally-recognized tribe or casino, you will most likely be visiting ordinary white people, so don't waste your money thinking you will meet Indians

YSK that if you visit a federally-recognized tribe or casino, you will most likely be visiting ordinary white people, so don't waste your money thinking you will meet Indians. Some examples to illustrate what I mean.
The Poarch Creek Band of Indians, a federally recognized tribe, recently built their casino. This casino was constructed where many Indian ancestors were buried. Real Indians will never do something like this. So I went down to their tribe to ask them about it and saw that everyone in their tribe is fully white (see a sample picture of them http://www.poarchcreekindians.org/wmlib/photos/2013_nasa/01.jpg). Tribes like these like to claim they became white over generations because of inter-marriage but the truth is generations ago Indian agents fraudulently enrolled their white friends and relatives so they could get Indian land and benefits.
Many of these casinos employ 5 or 6 real Indians from South Dakota or elsewhere at their front desk but these casinos and tribes are all-white tribes, even if they are federally recognized tribes.
If you visit the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma (which is also federally recognized) you will see some Indians wearing feathers. These 5 or 6 Indians you see are those the Cherokee Nation employed from states like Montana to fool tourists into thinking they are in Indian territory. The truth is the Cherokee Nation is close to 100% white. And despite these 5 or 6 feather-wearing Indian-looking Indians you see, traditionally Cherokee never wore feathers. Today this federally recognized tribe is a fully white tribe. It is also the largest tribe in the country, so when universities use affirmative action to employ Indians or when scholarship organizations give an Indian a huge scholarship, they end up with a rich white guy or a rich white woman who is Cherokee on paper.
This is true for so many federally recognized tribes. They are white people, not Indians. In 2002, a professor at Yale wrote in The American Indian Quarterly that this federal recognition is a fraud perpetuated by casino interests on the American public. Prof Delphine Red Shirt wrote, "Let the public see these people for who they really are (certainly not Indian) and see what a sham the federal recognition process has become at a time when real Indians are facing extreme poverty and neglect." You can read her article's abstract here: http://muse.jhu.edu/login?auth=0&type=summary&url=/journals/american_indian_quarterly/v026/26.4shirt02.html
Real Indians are all around you but they look like foreigners. You probably mistook them to be an illegal Mexican when one sat next to you on a bus.
Don't give in to the fraud that these Las Vegas casino interests have perpetuated on the American public. Don't waste your money traveling to all these Indian reservations and Indian casinos thinking you will meet real Indians because you will end up meeting only white people.
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Gambling on the Poarch Creek Reservation

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