Valley View Casino tribe fights over blood ties
June 30, 2008
SAN DIEGO, CA - The San Diego Union-Tribune reported today “The San Pasqual Band
of Mission Indians says about 50 members aren't really Indians and don't deserve
the nearly $4,000 a month they each get in shared casino profits.
which runs the Valley View Casino in San Diego County, withheld the checks on
Friday. The tribe also fired some members from tribal jobs and says it will
evict them from their homes on tribal lands.
“The 300-member tribe contends the 50 don't have the blood requirements to be
members because they have an ancestor who was adopted.
“But the federal Bureau of Indian Affairs says only it can decide who's a
member and says the tribe acted improperly.
“A local BIA official says he's reported a potential violation to the
National Indian Gaming Commission.
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