STOCKTON, Calif., Dec. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- The California Valley Miwok
Tribe, in its efforts to expose the criminal element that is currently
working with government officials currently named on its website and
more to be named in the future, have experienced governmental
censorship conducted through the Solicitor's Office of the Department
of the Interior ("DOI"), in Washington DC and have since been forced to
eradicate almost all information that was previously made available to
the general public.
To rectify this situation, the Tribe has now established an
alternate tribal website, to continue to shed light on what years of
unrestrained meddling by the local Central California Agency, Bureau of
Indian Affairs ("CCA BIA")/DOI has done. Also exposing, government
support of an alternate fictitious view presented by greedy, non-indian
developers wishing to dissolve the current tribal body and their dually
elected officials, in their pursuit to acquire a casino for themselves,
severely damaging the Tribe's sovereignty.
Censorship works by either totally silencing what someone has to say
or by severely limiting public access to it; making that information
difficult, if not impossible, to find. To better help everyone whom may
want to learn more about what the Tribe has accomplished and see the
continuing public exposure of what the Tribe has uncovered, please
visit the Tribe's official uncensored website at http://www.cvmt.net/ or conduct a websearch for the keyword "cvmt.net" in any of the following search engines:
Various news sources on the web contain hyperlinks that will direct all interested persons instantly to the site, as well.
For further information or assistance, please contact the California
Valley Miwok Tribe by phone at 209-931-4567 or fax at 209-931-4333.
The California Valley Miwok Tribe is a federally recognized Native
American Indian tribe and is solely responsible for the content of this