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MEDIA RELEASE

March 22, 2011:  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

Contact:  Naomi Archer (Strong Heart media liaison) 828-230-1404

Contact: Delbert High Hawk (Strong Heart warrior in the occupation) 605-441-4147

 

ELDER’S OCCUPATION DAY 19

 

“NOBODY HEARS US. I CRY SOMETIMES.”

Elder Lorraine White Face Eagle Elk Sends Out Another Plea From the Lakota Elder Occupation of the Porcupine Elderly Meals Building

 

Elder’s Occupation, Porcupine Elderly Meals Building, Pine Ridge Reservation, SD – Lorraine White Face Eagle Elk sent out another plea for help and solidarity for the Elder’s Occupation of the Porcupine Elderly Meals Building in the Porcupine Community of Pine Ridge Reservation.  She has been an ongoing advocate for the elderly at the center including her 88 year old mother 88 year-old Ester White Face and 91 year old Cecilia Martin.

 

Lorraine was slapped with a retaliatory restraining order from the Oglala Tribal Government Judiciary after interceding when she saw elderly abuse.  In the years and months leading up to the occupation, she has approached the Oglala Tribal Council numerous times about the elder abuse at the Porcupine Elderly Meals building, but received no action.

 

Lorraine spoke about why the occupation began, the detention of Duane Martin Sr., and the urgent appeal for help:

 

Elderly abuse has been going on for four or five years now. We turned to everyone for help.  All this time they embezzle all this money and a lot of abuse is going on.

 

Nobody hears us. I cry sometimes.  They treat us like we are dangerous. We aren’t going to harm anyone or do anything wrong. We just want the people to hear us.  This is reality. That’s why we are here.

 

We want help. We want everyone to know.

 

We didn’t know these things until we got here. We didn’t know they were stealing money until we came here. There is money that is missing. They got money for a vehicle. That vehicle is missing. We didn’t know that until we got here.  We had our demands: stop the elder abuse, get the cook out, get a new building. But we didn’t know about those things until we got here.

 

We only go to Duane (Martin Sr.) to help, and now he is in jail. He was charged with elderly abuse by those three women, but he doesn’t even know them. We need to get Duane out. We are here until they meet our demands, and then we get out.

 

They (those accused of wrong doing or who are opposing the occupation) hang out at the courthouse like it’s their own. They listen to them more than us elderly here. We are the victims, but they act like they are the victims and we are bad people. They treat us like bad people and they are the good people. But these elderly are old people. 

 

We didn’t do anything to them. All we wanted is for the people to hear us – the real elderly. These are the real grandmas here. The Grandmas are calling for help – they need help here.

 

If you young people out there are watching.  They blame them (the young warriors in the occupation) for the bad things that are going on, but we don’t know these people.  They broke the windows of his car (of a young warrior supporting the occupation elders) and put sugar in his tank. Now his motor is locked up and it’s not running anymore. Then Beverly Tuttle says he broke her windows. They are lying and everyone believes them.  And they are out there acting like the victims and treating us like bad people.

 

We’ve been hollering for a long time.  Now, they are going to put us in jail – maybe that’s okay too. It’s really scary here. They are hollering at us. The kids (of the former center staff) get drunk and they holler at us.

 

We miss our grandchildren. I have grandchildren at home. We miss our homes and our families.

 

We need people to help us. We need them to hear us. We want them to hear us. We’ve been through this along time now.  They should come and see us.

 

The Lakota Elder’s Occupation of the Porcupine Elderly Meals building has invited members of the media, health and human service investigators, supporters, and other interested parties to come and visit them at the center.  For more information, contact Delbert High Hawk at 605-441-4147.

 

Information on the elder-led protest occupation in Porcupine can be found at “Lakota Oyate” on Facebook or www.lakotaoyate.net.

 

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The Oglala Lakota Pine Ridge Reservation in southwestern South Dakota is the size of the state of Connecticut. Due to decades of abuse, corruption and colonial enforcement, Pine Ridge faces epidemic rates of suicide, alcohol and drug abuse, elder abuse, and poverty.  Life expectancy for Lakota men is below 40 years of age.  Nearly ¾ of the Lakota people have lost their language, and the traditional language is on the verge of extinction in Pine Ridge. The reservation has one of the highest rates of unsolved murders. These unsolved deaths are widely attributed to violent retaliation against those seeking an end to corruption and assertion of traditional Lakota sovereignty.

 

Cante Tenza Okolakiciye also known as the Strong Heart Warrior Society of the Lakota Nation is an ancient Lakota warrior society as well as a broad-based civil rights movement that works to protect, enforce and restore treaty rights, civil rights, and sovereignty of Native people and their communities across Turtle Island. In addition to activist efforts to protect the land and people, each year Cante Tenza collects and freely distributes shoes, winter coats, school supplies, food, and other support to Oglala Lakota elders, children and families.


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Duane is actually still in jail, and is being held without bond until his hearing. The Oglala Sioux Tribe will hear his case on May 11th. Charges are criminal trespass, breaking and entering, rioting, failure to disperse, disorderly conduct and three charges of elder abuse.

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That is a ridiculous amount of time to be held in jail on false charges.



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That is a ridiculous amount of time to be held in jail on false charges.
The tribal council has used the same tac tic before. The charges will never stand and they know it they just want to keep Duane out of the way as long as possible. They did similarly when they had the road leading into Enoch Brings Plenty's property dug up in an attempt to keep him from leading the Elders in the occupation process. Duane holds the leadership position with in the Strong Hearts Warriors Society, so he was, predictably, a high priority target that the BIA wanted silenced.

Just dumb *bleep* used to prolong the inevitable which in my guesstimation will be the Elders demands being agreed to then some if not most of them will be quietly ignored or put off till the next time people say "enough is enough"

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That is a ridiculous amount of time to be held in jail on false charges.
The tribal council has used the same tac tic before. The charges will never stand and they know it they just want to keep Duane out of the way as long as possible. They did similarly when they had the road leading into Enoch Brings Plenty's property dug up in an attempt to keep him from leading the Elders in the occupation process. Duane holds the leadership position with in the Strong Hearts Warriors Society, so he was, predictably, a high priority target that the BIA wanted silenced.

Just dumb *bleep* used to prolong the inevitable which in my guesstimation will be the Elders demands being agreed to then some if not most of them will be quietly ignored or put off till the next time people say "enough is enough"

And in the meantime, the mistreatment continues.



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Duane was denied bond at his 2pm hearing based on the Attorney General's claim that Duane is a "threat to the community." Only Duane and Doris were allowed in the court. No observers were allowed in. The Attorney General now has till early next week to prove her claim or a bond will be set.

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4:00pm BREAKING NEWS: In a few hours, we will be releasing a major news release with some good news (hopefully with pictures). Wish we could say more, but its ongoing at the moment. We can say, take a deep breath. Smile. Hoka Hey!

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4:00pm BREAKING NEWS: In a few hours, we will be releasing a major news release with some good news (hopefully with pictures). Wish we could say more, but its ongoing at the moment. We can say, take a deep breath. Smile. Hoka Hey!

Good news?  Can it be?



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4:00pm BREAKING NEWS: In a few hours, we will be releasing a major news release with some good news (hopefully with pictures). Wish we could say more, but its ongoing at the moment. We can say, take a deep breath. Smile. Hoka Hey!

Good news?  Can it be?
still waiting.....

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OK, this is good news but not the good news.......

Allegations of elder abuse against Oglala Sioux Tribe council representative Deborah Rooks-Cook led the OST council to suspend her Tuesday for 20 days without pay.

The council voted 10-7 to suspend Rooks-Cook following an impeachment complaint filed by Darlis Morrison-Crow. The complaint alleges that Rooks-Cook's behavior following an executive committee meeting of the council on Jan. 25 was verbally and physically abusive to Lakota elders outside of tribal headquarters.

Voting against suspending Rooks-Cook were Elaine Martinez, Toby Big Boy, Paul Little, Robin Tapio, Jim Meeks, Beverly Tuttle and Kevin Yellow Bird Steele.

The tribal council is expected to schedule an impeachment hearing, but Rooks-Cook said Wednesday that she suspects one will never be held because the council prefers to let her suspension drag on indefinitely.

Morrison-Crow said she filed the impeachment complaint because of numerous instances of Rooks-Cook's erratic behavior in public. She represents the Oglala District, where Morrison-Crow lives.

"She's been acting crazy," Morrison-Crow said, citing a tribal council meeting in which Rooks-Cook is accused of striking fellow council member Ruth Brown. "She did it in front of the council. She claims she is immune from prosecution, but our tribal council is not above the law," Morrison-Crow said.

Rooks-Cook denies the elder abuse allegations, calling them false and politically motivated. "They impeached me illegally," she said Wednesday. "I was not allowed to defend myself in any way."

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9:00pm BREAKING NEWS 1: BIA Criminal Investigator John Long visited the Elder's Occupation today and had a very productive meeting with the elders. He offered to speak to them every day if necessary. He heard about the illegal acts of the OST Judiciary and Attorney General Red Owl. He took as evidence, the computer and records from the center so that they could not be destroyed. News Release in the morning.

Various US Government agencies are beginning investigations into the wide range of elder abuse allegations and illegal imprisonment of Duane Martin Sr. Additional complaints will be filed tomorrow which will allow other investigations to begin.

Members of the Longest Walk will be stopping in to meet with the Elder's Occupation in the next few days. There have been multiple efforts to sabotage this visit - but everyone is staying strong.

and finally from the Lakota Oyate......

"Wopila and thanks to everyone who has honored these brave elders, stayed strong, offered prayers and positive words, made phone calls, sent emails, donated food or supplies, and didn't turn your head when the slander and sabotage began. This heartfelt action IS making a difference. There is still more to be done - and with this kind of solidarity, we can do it! Hoka Hey! Strong Heart Warrior Society"

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Great news!  It is ridiculous that it took so much to bring it to attention, but it looks like some good is going to come of it.  At least one can hope, right?



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1:55pm Update 1: Just spoke with Duane. I read through the charges that are alleged against him (he had not actually seen them). He got a good chuckle out of them, and commented how they represent this graft and corruption we are opposing. He says to "stay strong - the Great Spirit is on our side!" He said since the Feds are now investigating on our side, they (OST) will have to answer to the elder's concerns.

1:55pm Update 2: Duane also said, "I continue to stand with our elders. I love them. An ancient warrior society will always stand with those who cannot defend themselves, that's the elders and the children. Send your prayers and blessings and I will see everyone in court tomorrow!" Duane has another bond hearing scheduled tomorrow.

CORRECTION:  A motion for bond will be filed tomorrow - but unless we hear otherwise - not a hearing.

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 Oglala Band Native Youth Movement and the Strong Heart Warrior Society are
 currently occupying a building in PahinSinte Lakota Nation,
 (so-called Porcupine, South Dakota) with Elders of the Lakota Nation.

 Oglala Band of NYM was called to action after Elders began to occupy this
 building on March 4, 2011. Elders requested support to bring
 attention to the mental, physical, and spiritual abuse and the neglect of
 meal services that they are being excluded from.
 The Elders, some 90+ years old, involved in this occupation have tried for
 4 years to have their grievances heard and brought forth to the tribal
 governments but were completely ignored & disrespected.
 The Elders are the knowledge keepers of our Lakota Nation,
 traditionally our Elders, Grandmothers and Grandfathers were held with the
 upmost respect. It is now time that our Elders are heard, as
 Warriors we stand with them to let their voices be heard as a loud war cry
 and wake up our Nation.

 The tribal government has applied for a vacate order, without any
 clear resolution to the initial grievances the Elders are addressing. In
 order to intimidate the Elders and Warriors in this occupation and keep
 the tribal corruption from being exposed one Lakota man, Dwayne Martin,
 has been arrested and detained on bunk charges related to his involvement
 in this occupation. Dwayne Martin is being held captive behind enemy lines
 as a political prisoner. The Elders demand his
 release. The BIA police are being used to also intimidate supporters,
 following people from the occupation, stopping and harassing them. We need
 support to bring a resolution to these issues and to let the Native
 community be aware of this occupation so that the Elders and Warriors are
 not isolated and criminalized.

 Demand the Elders be respected and their grievances resolved. Contact John
 Yellow Bird Steel OST president phone # 6058675821.

 For more information about the occupation and to support contact:
 Oglala Band Native Youth Movement
 Olowan and Ryder Cell on site (605) 454-8439

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FACT SHEET: THE PEACEFUL ELDER’S OCCUPATION AT THE PORCUPINE ELDERLY MEALS BUILDING, PINE RIDGE RESERVATION
Cante Tenza Okolakiciye - Strong Heart Warrior Society  Free & Independent Lakota Nation  Box 512, Hill City, South Dakota 57745  | 605-454-0449 or 605-517-1547    www.lakotaoyate.net |  Facebook “Lakota Oyate”  |  Twitter @CanteTenza Strong Heart Internet Radio News at http://audioboo.fm/CanteTenza


   FACT SHEET: THE PEACEFUL ELDER’S OCCUPATION AT THE PORCUPINE ELDERLY MEALS BUILDING, PINE RIDGE RESERVATION  Updated:

 April 4, 2011   ­   What is the elder’s occupation of the Porcupine Elderly Meals Building?   

On Friday March 4, 2011 a group of Lakota elders led by the Lakota Strong Heart Warrior Society and other warrior groups nonviolently took over and now occupy the Porcupine Elderly Meals Building in the Porcupine Community of Pine Ridge Reservation.  Pine Ridge Reservation is the home of the Oglala Lakota Nation. 

   Why did the occupation start?   The elder’s occupation is a nonviolent sit-in protest intervention against elder abuse, profiteering within the elderly meals program, and corruption.  Elders and their advocates have tried multiple efforts to get action on their concerns from the Oglala Sioux Tribal Government, the treaty council, and others, but to no avail.

 Leading up to the occupation, the elders requested, and had planned, no less than three separate meetings with tribal government officials.  These officials cancelled or did not attend any of these meetings. As a result, the elders asked the Strong Heart Warrior Society to protect and defend their concerns by leading them into a peaceful protest sit-in of the elderly meals building.

  The sit-in is also a religious assembly - a gathering of elders, warriors, and supporters with the sacred canupa - or pipe - to advance their prayers and calls for relief from abuse and corruption. 

   Is the occupation consistent with the history of non-violent protest and resistance?   Yes, in the rich and respected tradition of non-violent protest, the elders and their advocates:Documented the elder’s claims, Appealed for negotiation to those in power to find a solution.Educated and appealed to the public on the issue including the Lakota people via attempted hearings with tribal government representatives and Porcupine district officials; “Indian Country” via news releases and media interviews; State of South Dakota and the U.S. Government via appropriate agencies; and through news releases and social networking.Publicly described their intention to engage in protest action.Undertook the non-violent protest action - take-over and sit-in occupation of the elderly meals building.

  Is this an armed occupation with guns?   No. This protest sit-in is a peaceful religious assembly led by the sacred canupa (pipe) with prayers for relief and resolution of the elder's concerns. Guns are not allowed. In fact, OST police are asked to leave their guns behind before entering the Porcupine building out of respect for the canupa and the nature of this protest sit-in.   

   What are the allegations?   More than 25 different allegations of abuse, civil rights, or human rights violations have been recorded.   Allegations include, but are not limited to, physical assault, verbal abuse and bullying, neglect, inedible/unhealthy meals, profiteering in the elderly meals program, personal use of center resources, illegal alcohol and drug activity at the center, retaliation, threats, false arrest and imprisonment, and human rights violations centered on the prevention of Native elders to safely gather, eat, socialize, communicate and protest using traditional forms of customary law/leadership, language and culture.   

  What are the Elder Occupation’s demands?   The demands are currently:No negotiation with tribal government representatives without Duane Martin Sr. present. Release Duane Martin Sr.. Drop all charges.Remove all current staff involved in the complaints, including the head cook.Construction of a new sanitary building for the elders in Porcupine, and other districts as needed.Restoration of hot well-balanced, nutritious meals for all elders.Expansion of elderly meals delivery to those homebound by illness, location, or lack of transportation.A full and transparent investigation into the abuses and corruption in the meals program no matter where it leads, and accountability for those responsible.   

  Has the Oglala Tribal Government offered to meet any of the demands?   The Oglala Sioux Tribal Government (OST) has made no serious attempts to meet the elder’s demands. With ongoing threats of legal action, forced removal by police, and continued false detention of Duane Martin Sr., it seems clear the tribal government’s intention is more about removing the occupation, rather than finding resolution for the elder’s demands.  With clear attempts by the OST to minimize outside investigations and fact-finding into the corruption and profiteering in the elderly meals program, tribal judiciary and other governmental programs - an honest and fair addressing of the elder's concerns by the Oglala Tribal Government officials seems unlikely.   The tribal government’s retaliatory action against the protest occupation has also created a threatening environment for negotiations. On March 14th, warrior leader Duane Martin Sr. was detained, arrested, and denied bail on a series of politically motivated charges led by accusations from relatives of program staff and tribal officials who are likely implicated in profiteering from the elderly meals program.  Also, elder Lorraine White Face who has faced previous retaliatory legal action from the tribe for her elder advocacy, has been threatened with arrest if she steps outside of the occupation boundary.

  In the spirit of cooperation, on Friday March 11th, the elders agreed to a “peacemaking process” with the current center staff. Those staff have not shown up for any scheduled meetings (to date).  Even if this peacemaking process is successful, it does not resolve many of the outstanding complaints, the systematic denial of elder’ claims by tribal government, nor retaliatory action taken against the elders and warrior society members.   During the last week of March, OST officials met in consultation with representatives of the U.S. Health and Human Services. News reporters were removed from the meeting, and no representatives of the Elder's Occupation were invited to attend.  OST officials maintain all the abuse allegations, a (to date) month long sit-in, and exhaustive efforts for justice are simply caused by "personal issues" between elders and former center staff.   The elders have stated they will not negotiate further with tribal government until Duane Martin Sr. is released from his false imprisonment.   

  How can the occupation end?   The occupation will end when the elder’s decide their demands have been met to their satisfaction, or the Oglala Tribal Government initiates police action to remove the elders, warriors and others in the building.   

  Has there been contact or response from other governmental agencies?   Yes. On March 8, 2011, a letter from the Department of Health and Human Services Administration on Aging was sent to Oglala Tribal President John Steele asking for the tribe to conduct a fact-finding review on the elder’s claims, and submit a proposed action plan for their resolution to their office by April 7, 2011.  In addition, the Civil Rights Division of Health and Human Services is awaiting the official complaint by the elder’s that will facilitate an investigation into Americans With Disabilities Act violations.   An online petition has been created at http://www.change.org/petitions/stop-elder-abuse-on-pine-ridge-reservation which is directed towards Oglala Tribal President John Steele; staff at the Department of Health and Human Services Administration on Aging; Leslie Hagan in the Executive Office of the United States Attorney’s Office, Department of Justice; and Navi Pillay, United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights.   On March 15th, health inspectors for the Indian Health Services did an inspection of the Porcupine Elderly Meals Building and found a large cache of outdated, spoiled, rotten, and uncared for food. They have deemed it a health hazard and say it must be immediately destroyed. This finding substantiates the elder’s claim they were served unhealthy, spoiled, and inedible food – including to elders with health issues.  The Indian Health Service has reportedly expanded their investigation to other elderly meals buildings based on complaints arising from whistle-blowers coming forth as a result of the occupation.   The United States Attorney’s Office of the Department of Justice (DOJ) has been notified and an appeal has been made to intervene to free Duane Martin Sr. from these false charges.  In the 2009/2010 year alone, Pine Ridge was the recipient of over 1.6 million dollars from the DOJ for law enforcement activities.   

  Are other groups involved in the support of the elders?   Yes. Several traditional headsman (chiefs) from Oglala and surrounding nations have voiced their support for the occupation and the release of Duane Martin Sr.. A large grassroots solidarity network is in place to support the needs of the elders in this occupation. Members of various Native advocacy groups as well as human rights organizations are either involved, or requesting more information. Warrior society members are actively pursuing additional support as well as independent and transparent investigations into the elder abuse, civil rights, and human rights claims.   On March 31, 2011 members of the Longest Walk prayer-run across Turtle Island visited and stayed with the elders in the protest occupation in a sign of solidarity.   

  Are the elders being controlled by other people inside or outside the occupation?   No. The elders are leading solidarity action by telling their warrior society defenders, as well as outside supporters, what they need.     I have heard this is just about an interpersonal conflict?   While there have been interpersonal conflicts within the elderly meals building, the allegations of abuse are far ranging, and have been reported by at least 23 different individuals. As the occupation goes on, additional complaints and evidence of wrongdoing are emerging. Also, the retaliatory action taken against the occupation and its supporters by OST officials goes far beyond any interpersonal problem and are symptomatic of unhealthy government systems and programs that are resistant to accountability and change.   

  Have these elders faced other hardships or abuses?   Unfortunately, many of these same elders have faced disrespect and abuse at the hands of tribal government before. They have experienced arrest, threats of arrest, verbal and physical bullying, neglect, and denial of tribal services such as heating fuel assistance and housing.     Grandmother Valeria Apple, who uncovered evidence of fiscal corruption in the elderly meals program, has also faced previous legal retaliation in the form of a restraining order from the tribal government.   The occupation is the latest skirmish in an ongoing struggle caused by U.S. colonial enforcement that has pitted groups of Lakota who have corruptly profiteered off the Bureau of Indian Affairs and Indian Reorganization Act tribal government system versus traditional, full-blood, and poor Lakota people, many of whom are fighting to maintain Lakota language and culture in the face of ongoing genocide.   The 2011 Elder’s Occupation is in the tradition of the 1973 Occupation of Wounded Knee as well as the 2000 and 2009 takeovers of the Red Cloud Building by many of these same elders and activists seeking justice.  Many of these elders have also supported the Strong Heart Warrior Society blockade of the illegal alcohol sales in White Clay, Nebraska.   

  How can I get further information?   The Occupation is being tracked live at the “Lakota Oyate” page on Facebook. See our Notes section for numerous action alerts and other information and the photo section for a selection of photos from the occupation.  Interviews with elders, warriors, can be found at http://audioboo.fm/CanteTenza .  @cantetenza on Twitter.  www.lakotaoyate.net
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