October 22, 2010, FORGOTTEN PEOPLE ANNOUNCES TRUST CLAIMS TO TWIN ARROWS CASINO: The Forgotten People, an association of survivors of the inhumane Navajo-Hopi Land Dispute, announce today that they are filing a “lis pendens” notice of claim on the Twin Arrows Parcel to be used for construction of the new Twin Arrows Casino with the Coconino County Clerk and Recorder and submitting a notice of claim to the President and Attorney General of the Navajo Nation at the same time.
Please check out the link:
10 22 10 Lis Pendens and Notice Announcement.doc - https://docs.google.com/document/edit?id=1ZJFt096JLRmjt0ngGuJW8Edy-bjerXOXHIzzUHPDSPo&hl=en
Scanned Signed Notice of Lis Pendens & Notice of Suit.pdf - https://docs.google.com/fileview?id=0Bw2-15QqDXkTNzY1NjZiNzEtNjc3NC00OWM5LWE2ODgtYTE4ZmEzYTdmYmM0&hl=en
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