Haney opponents locked in
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Supporters of Ken Chambers and his administration locked themselves in Seminole Nation headquarters in Oklahoma on Tuesday in response to a court decision putting ousted Chief Jerry Haney in control of the tribe.

The Chambers crew is vowing not to leave.

Haney was traveling around to various Seminole buildings, and local banks, yesterday and in days prior to assume his power but wasn't allowed into the Wewoka headquarters.

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Seminoles protest court's decision (The Shawnee News-Star 5/8)
Supporters of ousted chief refuse to leave tribal office (The Daily Oklahoman 5/8)

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Court decision rocks Seminole Nation (5/8)

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