To ignore public documentation perpetuates private acts of fraud

Why can the Bureau of Indian Affairs ignore public documentation, including a 2011 Determination of Heirship issued under sole authority of the District Court of Oklahoma? It seems no one has authority to enforce the law. Can the BIA break the law by pretending the State of Oklahoma jurisdiction over any and all Indian Heirship and Probate matters doesn’t exist, as conferred at the time of statehood, reaffirmed by the 2004 American Indian Probate Reform Act, acknowledged by the Chickasaw Nation and the Department of Interior?

Tales of fraud and deceit under “1900s Oklahoma Land Grab” and other related posts at


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