Coerced Adoptions

December 31, 2008 by Russell Means Freedom  
Filed under Genocide

Indian Child Welfare Act, Florida, and Coerced Adoptions After being contacted by Mary Ramos, who is a victim of coerced adoption in violation of the Indian Child Welfare Act, I reviewed her story and had the opportunity to talk for an hour and a half about the legal battle she finds herself in regarding her [...]

Weekend Update 05 – Part 2

December 30, 2008 by Russell Means Freedom  
Filed under Commentaries

Somber, tragic description of the Imperialist Patriarchies attacks on the peoples of Gaza and Iraq; some of the USA’s latest, but not so well hidden, Indian Reservations. Russell also reveals that ALL THREE of the health facilities on the Pine Ridge Sioux Indian Reservation were closed for the Christmas holiday

Weekend Update 05 – Part I

December 29, 2008 by Russell Means Freedom  
Filed under Commentaries

Somber, tragic description of the Imperialist Patriarchies attacks on the peoples of Gaza and Iraq; some of the USA’s latest, but not so well hidden, Indian Reservations

Weekend Update 04

December 22, 2008 by Russell Means Freedom  
Filed under Commentaries

Welcome to the USA Indian Reservation! Russell continues with his scathing review of U.S. politics, the financial bailout of the rich Wall Street Elite with his top 10 List of how to be a “Reservation Indian.”

What War Crimes?

December 22, 2008 by Russell Means Freedom  
Filed under News

Obama will not prosecute Bush and Cheney for 9/11, war crimes

Joseph A. Lopisi
Tehran Times
December 20, 2008

Mark my words. President Obama will follow in the footsteps of his predecessors by not holding his predecessor, George W. Bush and members of his administration, liable for violating the United States Constitution and criminally responsible for treason, 9/11, financial fraud, mass murder and war crimes.

Coerced Adoptions

December 20, 2008 by Russell Means Freedom  
Filed under News

After being contacted by Mary Ramos, who is a victim of coerced adoption in violation of the Indian Child Welfare Act, I reviewed her story and had the opportunity to talk for an hour and a half about the legal battle she finds herself in regarding her son Elijah, where the judge ruled against her after ignoring blatant fraud, coercion, and violation of ICWA. After hearing her story, I find myself compelled to share it with my readership.

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