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Shut 'em down says Seminole chief Haney

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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2002

Jerry Haney, recognized principal chief of the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma, plans to call in Bureau of Indian Affairs law enforcement to evict the tribe's current set of leaders.

Haney also wants to remove certain gaming devices from a tribal casino. An appeal of an $8 million fine assessment has been made with the National Indian Gaming Commission.

The tribe's elected council plans to oust Haney for real this time.

Get the Story:
Federal judge rules Haney Seminole chief (The Shawnee News-Star 9/26)

Get the Ruling:
Seminole Nation of Oklahoma v. Gale Norton (9/23)

Relevant Links:
Seminole Nation of Oklahoma - http://www.cowboy.net/native/seminole

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