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#938494 --- 12/15/08 11:49 AM Re: Decision Delayed in Indian Tax Case [Re: sworldt]
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#938505 --- 12/15/08 12:03 PM Re: Decision Delayed in Indian Tax Case [Re: sworldt]
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Originally Posted By: sworldt
Trump: Dicks biggest problem with me is i have the balls to stand up to the almighty UCE.


I don't know Dick, never met him. But my problem with you is that you think the Indians should have an unfair tax advantage over simliar businesses. That makes no sense in our economic system in the USA. All I see is the UCE arguing for what is right regarding this economic system of equal taxation for all. Anything else is ridculous.

From what I see is that the UCE would go out of business if the Indians paid their taxes. What reason would they have for continuing to exist? I see no reason to insult them by calling them almighty. Looks to me like they are accomplishing a lot right now.


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#938506 --- 12/15/08 12:04 PM Re: Decision Delayed in Indian Tax Case [Re: SFisWonderful]
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Originally Posted By: SFisWonderful
Originally Posted By: sworldt
Originally Posted By: dwarren
Originally Posted By: sworldt
Originally Posted By: dwarren
Originally Posted By: sworldt
Dick: Whats wrong can't answer questions on your own. What a joke.


You are the joke. You cannot come up with any cogent argument of law or fact. You repeatedly raise this point and get shot down every time you do, but you are not intelligent enough to realize it. This comes down to a single point. Until such time as the Cayugas or any other Indian nation or tribe registers and is incorparated in the same manner and for the same purposes as UCE you simply cannot compare the two.


Your group is the joke. You say all you want is to be equal when you exploit tax loop holes yourself.

By the way when you start calling people names all you do is show your own stupidity.

The fact remains you are doing the same thing you accuse the indians of TAX EVASION through exploiting loop holes.

You might call me stupid, but even i would realize to make sure i wasn't doing the same thing i'm accusing someone else of.

BTW No you never gave me your number.


Let us examine your track record of all the times that you said either the land claim was a done deal in the Cayugas' favor and it was not, the Seneca-Cayugas' casino was a done deal and it was not, etc. You are the one that lacks any credibility. You cannot even complete a cogent thought or rationalization of why UCE's tax status is even comparable to the Cayugas. All of your argument is based merely on subterfuge and obfuscation and is specious.


Here you go just more dribble from yet another TAX EVADER.

By the way i NEVER said the S.C. casino was a done deal.
Oh wait you brought up a good point the Seneca Cayugas are incorporated and where willing to pay ALL TAXES unlike the UCE whos using tax loop holes.

Now just so you can't say i never helped you all you need to do is scan your tax cert. and post it.

As far as credability goes we'll let everybody decide for themselves. As i have nothing to gain.

Ok Dick your puppet master will let you speak again.


SWORLDT - APPLES and ORANGES! Even if you do not agree with what the UCE stands for or believes in, how can you compare them to the native americans who choose to sell gas, cigarettes, and open casinos on their "sacred" land.

The UCE's basic argument is equal treatment for all, how can YOU argue that equality is wrong? You claim the UCE is using the same tax loopholes as the Indians, WRONG. The Indians tax loopholes are based on race. On the other hand, the UCE's taxbreaks (if they even use or have any-that is your claim sworldt) are available to anyone that chooses to go through the proper "red tape" and not based on race.

I do not see the UCE making millions, making threats to EVICT property owners, buying thousands of acres from which the money came from the sale of CIGS and GAS. The day the UCE starts doing this, which is the day H*LL freezes over, I will no longer support their stance. The Cayugas proved the only reason they were in business was for the the sale of CIGS! That was their ultimate money making machine, they could care less about selling your staple items, although some would consider CIGS a staple item.

I also dont buy the argument that the native americans were here first. My ancestors were not here when this stuff happened, yet I am forced to pay for something that happened 200 years ago? GIVE ME A BREAK. When I have to buy LAND CLAIM INSURANCE upon purchasing my house, I think there is something VERY wrong with the picture! The native americans that play the race card CAN and NEED to find a way to live with the other people that share this land. Saying things such as, "We have our foot in the door and we are going to kick it wide open" only irritates people.

You are entitled to your own opinion, which you expressed many times your hatred for the UCE. I can see why people would be mad if they smoke or because NYS state is ridiculous with taxes. Those are separate issues. NYS has a long way to go to make this state more resident friendly. I would support the native americans 100% if they were trying to lobby for lower gas taxes or cig taxes (even though I dont smoke) but for them to play the race card and not follow the laws that every other CIGARETTE retailer has to, is just wrong. So, I am not sure if RT reminds you of someone who beat you as a kid or what the problem is but your argument is WEAK and WEAK is giving you much credit.


So let me understand this. You say it is ok to dodge taxes which puts a bigger burden on all as long as it is only a little and you agree.I say make EVERBODY pay the same no matter what no excuses. Find me that group and i'm interested.
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#938509 --- 12/15/08 12:12 PM Re: Decision Delayed in Indian Tax Case [Re: SFisWonderful]
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Originally Posted By: SFisWonderful
Originally Posted By: sworldt
Originally Posted By: dwarren
Originally Posted By: sworldt
Originally Posted By: dwarren
Originally Posted By: sworldt
Dick: Whats wrong can't answer questions on your own. What a joke.


You are the joke. You cannot come up with any cogent argument of law or fact. You repeatedly raise this point and get shot down every time you do, but you are not intelligent enough to realize it. This comes down to a single point. Until such time as the Cayugas or any other Indian nation or tribe registers and is incorparated in the same manner and for the same purposes as UCE you simply cannot compare the two.


Your group is the joke. You say all you want is to be equal when you exploit tax loop holes yourself.

By the way when you start calling people names all you do is show your own stupidity.

The fact remains you are doing the same thing you accuse the indians of TAX EVASION through exploiting loop holes.

You might call me stupid, but even i would realize to make sure i wasn't doing the same thing i'm accusing someone else of.

BTW No you never gave me your number.


Let us examine your track record of all the times that you said either the land claim was a done deal in the Cayugas' favor and it was not, the Seneca-Cayugas' casino was a done deal and it was not, etc. You are the one that lacks any credibility. You cannot even complete a cogent thought or rationalization of why UCE's tax status is even comparable to the Cayugas. All of your argument is based merely on subterfuge and obfuscation and is specious.


Here you go just more dribble from yet another TAX EVADER.

By the way i NEVER said the S.C. casino was a done deal.
Oh wait you brought up a good point the Seneca Cayugas are incorporated and where willing to pay ALL TAXES unlike the UCE whos using tax loop holes.

Now just so you can't say i never helped you all you need to do is scan your tax cert. and post it.

As far as credability goes we'll let everybody decide for themselves. As i have nothing to gain.

Ok Dick your puppet master will let you speak again.


SWORLDT - APPLES and ORANGES! Even if you do not agree with what the UCE stands for or believes in, how can you compare them to the native americans who choose to sell gas, cigarettes, and open casinos on their "sacred" land.

The UCE's basic argument is equal treatment for all, how can YOU argue that equality is wrong? You claim the UCE is using the same tax loopholes as the Indians, WRONG. The Indians tax loopholes are based on race. On the other hand, the UCE's taxbreaks (if they even use or have any-that is your claim sworldt) are available to anyone that chooses to go through the proper "red tape" and not based on race.

I do not see the UCE making millions, making threats to EVICT property owners, buying thousands of acres from which the money came from the sale of CIGS and GAS. The day the UCE starts doing this, which is the day H*LL freezes over, I will no longer support their stance. The Cayugas proved the only reason they were in business was for the the sale of CIGS! That was their ultimate money making machine, they could care less about selling your staple items, although some would consider CIGS a staple item.

I also dont buy the argument that the native americans were here first. My ancestors were not here when this stuff happened, yet I am forced to pay for something that happened 200 years ago? GIVE ME A BREAK. When I have to buy LAND CLAIM INSURANCE upon purchasing my house, I think there is something VERY wrong with the picture! The native americans that play the race card CAN and NEED to find a way to live with the other people that share this land. Saying things such as, "We have our foot in the door and we are going to kick it wide open" only irritates people.

You are entitled to your own opinion, which you expressed many times your hatred for the UCE. I can see why people would be mad if they smoke or because NYS state is ridiculous with taxes. Those are separate issues. NYS has a long way to go to make this state more resident friendly. I would support the native americans 100% if they were trying to lobby for lower gas taxes or cig taxes (even though I dont smoke) but for them to play the race card and not follow the laws that every other CIGARETTE retailer has to, is just wrong. So, I am not sure if RT reminds you of someone who beat you as a kid or what the problem is but your argument is WEAK and WEAK is giving you much credit.


So let me understand this. You say it is ok to dodge taxes which puts a bigger burden on all as long as it is only a little and you agree.I say make EVERBODY pay the same no matter what no excuses. Find me that group and i'm interested.

Sorry for the double post i'm fighting my puter.


Edited by sworldt (12/15/08 12:19 PM)
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#938514 --- 12/15/08 12:17 PM Re: Decision Delayed in Indian Tax Case [Re: trump]
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Originally Posted By: trump
Originally Posted By: sworldt
Trump: Dicks biggest problem with me is i have the balls to stand up to the almighty UCE.


I don't know Dick, never met him. But my problem with you is that you think the Indians should have an unfair tax advantage over simliar businesses. That makes no sense in our economic system in the USA. All I see is the UCE arguing for what is right regarding this economic system of equal taxation for all. Anything else is ridculous.

From what I see is that the UCE would go out of business if the Indians paid their taxes. What reason would they have for continuing to exist? I see no reason to insult them by calling them almighty. Looks to me like they are accomplishing a lot right now.


That is your opinion and you are entitled to hold it.
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#938542 --- 12/15/08 12:37 PM Re: Decision Delayed in Indian Tax Case [Re: sworldt]
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Originally Posted By: sworldt
... What we advocated for with the SENECA CAYUGA was in essence the collection of taxes,The ability of local law enforcement to enforce the laws on their property along with millions more paid DIRECTLY to local goverment so the state couldn't hold it back. Thousands of jobs for local residents. And alot more that would have benefited EVERYBODY not just one side. But it would be accomplished through economic development and agreements...




If this was such a great deal why did it vanish?
Why did the tribe fail to supply to needed reports to the local government?

You failed to say that the tribe was going to put this land into trust and all taxes and laws would be not be applied.
Did one not learn from the Illegal operations of Turning Stone?


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#938544 --- 12/15/08 12:40 PM Re: Decision Delayed in Indian Tax Case [Re: sworldt]
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Originally Posted By: sworldt
Everybody wants to remember it is not the indian who will pay the taxes it is you that will pay.


Are you just learning this?




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#938547 --- 12/15/08 12:41 PM Re: Decision Delayed in Indian Tax Case [Re: sworldt]
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Originally Posted By: sworldt
Everybody wants to remember it is not the indian who will pay the taxes it is you that will pay.


Is Okla still fighting his own tribal government?


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#938564 --- 12/15/08 01:23 PM Re: Decision Delayed in Indian Tax Case [Re: bluezone]
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Originally Posted By: bluezone
Originally Posted By: sworldt
... What we advocated for with the SENECA CAYUGA was in essence the collection of taxes,The ability of local law enforcement to enforce the laws on their property along with millions more paid DIRECTLY to local goverment so the state couldn't hold it back. Thousands of jobs for local residents. And alot more that would have benefited EVERYBODY not just one side. But it would be accomplished through economic development and agreements...




If this was such a great deal why did it vanish?
Why did the tribe fail to supply to needed reports to the local government?

You failed to say that the tribe was going to put this land into trust and all taxes and laws would be not be applied.
Did one not learn from the Illegal operations of Turning Stone?


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BZ What are you smoking. Did you even read the post.
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#938568 --- 12/15/08 01:34 PM Re: Decision Delayed in Indian Tax Case [Re: bluezone]
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Originally Posted By: bluezone
Originally Posted By: sworldt
Everybody wants to remember it is not the indian who will pay the taxes it is you that will pay.


Is Okla still fighting his own tribal government?


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I have no idea what okla is doing as i live in Auburn,NY. Have you ever fought a politican.
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#938781 --- 12/15/08 06:16 PM Re: Decision Delayed in Indian Tax Case [Re: sworldt]
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Originally Posted By: sworldt
Originally Posted By: bluezone
Originally Posted By: sworldt
... What we advocated for with the SENECA CAYUGA was in essence the collection of taxes,The ability of local law enforcement to enforce the laws on their property along with millions more paid DIRECTLY to local goverment so the state couldn't hold it back. Thousands of jobs for local residents. And alot more that would have benefited EVERYBODY not just one side. But it would be accomplished through economic development and agreements...




If this was such a great deal why did it vanish?
Why did the tribe fail to supply to needed reports to the local government?

You failed to say that the tribe was going to put this land into trust and all taxes and laws would be not be applied.
Did one not learn from the Illegal operations of Turning Stone?


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BZ What are you smoking. Did you even read the post.


Are you saying that the SC would never put the land into trust?

you must be kidding?

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#938785 --- 12/15/08 06:22 PM Re: Decision Delayed in Indian Tax Case [Re: sworldt]
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Originally Posted By: sworldt
What you may or may not know is Dick Talcot had a standing invitation to attend ALL meetings. Not because it was felt he had a right to do. More because everything was to be kept open to everybody.However Dick refused to attend. i believe the words were no deals ever with any indian.However his wife did attend so he still had knowledge of the meetings and what took place.

Do to this issue coming between Dick and his wife he has an axe to grind with the indians.
HAH HAH HAW HO HOHOHOHO hah whoaaaahhh - OMG LOL ROFLMAO That was good. But don't try quoting anyone else or speaking for UCE.

I remember the meetings. It was a desperate attempt during the land claim lawsuit by one of two parties that were suing us which were at odds with each other to try a cut a casino deal for a settlement with one of them.

Considering the land claim, which your side since lost, was a bogus lawsuit to try an cut deals to open the door for trust applications to follow; considering we were being sued by this deal maker; considering only the federal government has the authority to cut deals on a government to government basis; considering the Seneca-Cayuga could not make a deal to settle the land claim without the New York Cayuga agreeing and being a party to it; considering the Seneca-Cayuga repeatedly made deals with Oklahoma and then did not comply; considering I knew we would beat the land claim if we just forced the courts to rule; considering our ancestors had already made eight final negotiated settlements; and considering the only final settlement would be a ruling by SCOTUS, the whole idea of attending such meetings was stupid.

My words were simply "I'm not going to waste my time." I recall that Connie went to a couple meetings just to watch the show, but the "issue" was never an issue and we never disagreed on it.

But that was a REALLY good fairy tale.

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#938901 --- 12/15/08 08:54 PM Re: Decision Delayed in Indian Tax Case [Re: Rich_Tallcot]
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Originally Posted By: Rich_Tallcot
Originally Posted By: sworldt
What you may or may not know is Dick Talcot had a standing invitation to attend ALL meetings. Not because it was felt he had a right to do. More because everything was to be kept open to everybody.However Dick refused to attend. i believe the words were no deals ever with any indian.However his wife did attend so he still had knowledge of the meetings and what took place.

Do to this issue coming between Dick and his wife he has an axe to grind with the indians.
HAH HAH HAW HO HOHOHOHO hah whoaaaahhh - OMG LOL ROFLMAO That was good. But don't try quoting anyone else or speaking for UCE.

I remember the meetings. It was a desperate attempt during the land claim lawsuit by one of two parties that were suing us which were at odds with each other to try a cut a casino deal for a settlement with one of them.

Considering the land claim, which your side since lost, was a bogus lawsuit to try an cut deals to open the door for trust applications to follow; considering we were being sued by this deal maker; considering only the federal government has the authority to cut deals on a government to government basis; considering the Seneca-Cayuga could not make a deal to settle the land claim without the New York Cayuga agreeing and being a party to it; considering the Seneca-Cayuga repeatedly made deals with Oklahoma and then did not comply; considering I knew we would beat the land claim if we just forced the courts to rule; considering our ancestors had already made eight final negotiated settlements; and considering the only final settlement would be a ruling by SCOTUS, the whole idea of attending such meetings was stupid.

My words were simply "I'm not going to waste my time." I recall that Connie went to a couple meetings just to watch the show, but the "issue" was never an issue and we never disagreed on it.

But that was a REALLY good fairy tale.


No fairy tales here.Oh by the way my side as you called it was both sides indian and non indian. Nobody ever claimed it was to settle any claim only to get something for EVERYONE while we could. But your reaction tells the real story.

While i got your attention post that cert. already if you don't the UCE is as good as admitting i was right. You have a goodnight. Blood pressure pills are a good place for you to start.
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#939358 --- 12/16/08 03:22 PM Re: Decision Delayed in Indian Tax Case [Re: sworldt]
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[quote> sworldt: while we could.]

Your deals were as empty as the Lakeside cigarette stands are now.

"While we could" are your key words and they are ALSO as empty as the Lakeside cigarette stands are now.

NO land claim settlement, NO trust land, NO casino. That's three strikes - yer out.

You remind me of the latest anthrax scare in Buffalo.

Buffalo Bills football practice was delayed nearly two hours late this morning after a player reported finding an unknown white powdery substance on the practice field.

Head coach Dick Jauron immediately suspended practice while police and federal agents were called to investigate. After a complete analysis, FBI forensic experts determined that the white substance, unknown to the players, was the goal line.

Practice was resumed this afternoon after special agents decided the team was unlikely to encounter the substance again.


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#940097 --- 12/17/08 03:21 PM Re: Decision Delayed in Indian Tax Case [Re: sworldt]
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Originally Posted By: sworldt
... Nobody ever claimed it was to settle any claim only to get something for EVERYONE while we could...



You mean to have the Oklahoma SC tribe scam NY land that they no longer had rights to.



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#941727 --- 12/19/08 08:38 PM Re: Decision Delayed in Indian Tax Case [Re: Rich_Tallcot]
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Originally Posted By: Rich_Tallcot
[quote> sworldt: while we could.]

Your deals were as empty as the Lakeside cigarette stands are now.

"While we could" are your key words and they are ALSO as empty as the Lakeside cigarette stands are now.

NO land claim settlement, NO trust land, NO casino. That's three strikes - yer out.

You remind me of the latest anthrax scare in Buffalo.

Buffalo Bills football practice was delayed nearly two hours late this morning after a player reported finding an unknown white powdery substance on the practice field.

Head coach Dick Jauron immediately suspended practice while police and federal agents were called to investigate. After a complete analysis, FBI forensic experts determined that the white substance, unknown to the players, was the goal line.

Practice was resumed this afternoon after special agents decided the team was unlikely to encounter the substance again.


Are you high. I still haven't seen you post The UCE Tax Cert. But it was a nice attempt to take the focus elsewhere. So post it already unless you don't have one. lmao
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#941731 --- 12/19/08 08:42 PM Re: Decision Delayed in Indian Tax Case [Re: Rich_Tallcot]
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Registered: 04/14/04
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Originally Posted By: Rich_Tallcot
[quote> sworldt: while we could.]

Your deals were as empty as the Lakeside cigarette stands are now.

"While we could" are your key words and they are ALSO as empty as the Lakeside cigarette stands are now.

NO land claim settlement, NO trust land, NO casino. That's three strikes - yer out.

You remind me of the latest anthrax scare in Buffalo.

Buffalo Bills football practice was delayed nearly two hours late this morning after a player reported finding an unknown white powdery substance on the practice field.

Head coach Dick Jauron immediately suspended practice while police and federal agents were called to investigate. After a complete analysis, FBI forensic experts determined that the white substance, unknown to the players, was the goal line.

Practice was resumed this afternoon after special agents decided the team was unlikely to encounter the substance again.


Criminal charges delayed in cigarette case
by Scott Rapp / The Post-Standard
Thursday December 18, 2008, 4:20 PM
Auburn, NY -- Don't expect criminal charges to be prosecuted any time soon in the Cayuga Indian Nation cigarette tax-evasion case.

That's the bottom line of a legal conference held this week in Rochester.

At the meeting, Cayuga County District Attorney Jon Budelmann and Seneca County District Attorney Richard Swinehart both agreed to not push their criminal cases any further until a related civil matter is decided in January.

The delay didn't sit well with Budelmann, who along with Swinehart, had hoped to present criminal charges in their respective cases this month.

"Sure, this troubles me. They're using their great untaxed income to try to thwart the criminal justice system and tie it up in civil court. It's just disturbing," Budelmann said today.

Judge Nancy Smith, of the Fourth Department Appellate Division, persuaded both district attorneys to postpone prosecution until after the appellate court rules on the Cayugas' request for a preliminary injunction. The court will consider the Cayugas' request on Jan. 13.

However, the injunction -- if granted -- would block Budelmann and Swinehart from filing criminal charges in their cases until after the court rules on the nation's appeal in their cigarette tax dispute with both counties. The appeal process will likely take several months.

Lee Alcott, a Syracuse lawyer representing the Cayugas, said the nation has every right to defend itself by using the civil court system.

"The Cayuga Nation has the same right to avail itself of the justice system as anyone. To suggest otherwise is ludicrous....If the issue was as simple as these prosecutors claim, the judge would not have asked that they wait until the full court convenes next month," Alcott said from a prepared statement.

The Cayugas are appealing last week's decision by state Supreme Court Judge Kenneth Fisher, of Rochester. He ruled that the Cayugas do not have sovereign rights -- as the nation contends -- to continue selling tax-free cigarettes at their stores in Union Springs and town of Seneca Falls.

Fisher's decision also opened the door for prosecutors to pursue felony tax-evasion charges against the nation.

On Nov. 25, sheriff's deputies in both counties seized all 1,700 cartons of cigarettes from the two stores for non payment of state excise taxes, which amounted to about $485,000.

The Cayugas claim they have sovereign rights to sell the tax-free cigarettes because the stores lie on land that was in their original homeland around the north end of Cayuga Lake.

Article:
http://www.syracuse.com/news/index.ssf/2008/12/criminal_charges_delayed_in_ci.html


And it goes on and on.
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#941733 --- 12/19/08 08:43 PM Re: Decision Delayed in Indian Tax Case [Re: bluezone]
sworldt Offline
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Registered: 04/14/04
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Loc: Auburn,NY
Originally Posted By: bluezone
Originally Posted By: sworldt
... Nobody ever claimed it was to settle any claim only to get something for EVERYONE while we could...



You mean to have the Oklahoma SC tribe scam NY land that they no longer had rights to.



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BYE SWORLDT ;\) ;\) ;\)




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And why do you think i'm going anywhere
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#941740 --- 12/19/08 08:52 PM Re: Decision Delayed in Indian Tax Case [Re: sworldt]
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BTW Dick: If im going to ask for legal advise it would be from a real attorney and not a wannabe such as yourself.
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#942369 --- 12/20/08 10:38 PM Re: Decision Delayed in Indian Tax Case [Re: sworldt]
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Originally Posted By: sworldt
BTW Dick: If im going to ask for legal advise it would be from a real attorney and not a wannabe such as yourself.
You don't need legal advice. You need a reading comprehension class.

The law specifically states the ONLY way a casino could have been granted is as the result of a land claim settlement. We couldn't settle a claim with one of two parties that were suing us if we wanted to. The two parties suing us would have had to agree and they were at odds with each other. You can spin your deal any way you want. But that's the fact. Aside from the fact it's past history and you lost.

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