Opinions (Mike Lee Sr.-Hoopa, Calif.)

Dear Two Rivers Tribune,

Hello, my name is Mike Lee, Sr., and I am tired as a lot of you are. Tired of all the senseless acts that happen in this world that we live in, and most of them can be prevented if governments, people, and society itself would give a damn.

I am trying to hold back tears while holding life together for my family. Trying not to hate the ones who do these things to good upstanding people that never hurt anyone or to even hate the families of these worthless oxygen-wasters who should be handed over to the law or to someone who will do something about what they have done.

These are not people, because people don’t do these things to others if they were taught right from the beginning and not babied when they were bad and put the blame on someone else. They should have been made to answer and pay for bad that they done all of their lives. It is not just the families, it is the Courts, and State governments fault for allowing these wastes-of-life to be free and to have more rights that a good upstanding person has. It is the cops (County, Tribal, State & Federal) also that should be held responsible. They have a job and it is to protect and serve the public. Just because these may be family or friends, they are still no good and if you know where they are, find them and possibly save the life of another person or heartaches of family.

Maybe the public should take care of things themselves ‘cause the law and justice systems failed us. If we can’t be protected by the law it gives no choice but to protect ourselves from these wastes-of-life, which a lot of people are already doing and it isn’t fair for everyone to live in fear.

The drug dealers need to be held accountable for these terrible things that happen. You get kids all strung out to the point of having to steal or do bad things to buy your poison. You should be put in prison for life because you are just as worthless as these wastes-of-life. If it wasn’t for your poison a lot of people would not be strung out and need to do bad things. Drug dealers are thieves and murderers and need to be held responsible they are a big part of ruining the world.

Maybe if the state would start executing death row and lifers the rest may think twice ‘cause most are afraid of death. Yes, some may be my people too, but they made their choice and my back is tired of packing them as I am sure the rest of you hardworking men and women are also tired. These wastes-of-life shouldn’t be allowed to walk amongst us or to be fed and housed by us and live for free while the rest of the good people have to work and live sometimes sad and lonely lives because of dumb heartless acts.

Some say let’s make a change but nothing happens. Dealers still make a living off the good, while wastes-of-life still live no matter what wrongs they do or how often they are brought to justice, they are allowed (dealer, thieves & killers) to live amongst us and shouldn’t have that right.

Families shouldn’t help or hide these wastes-of-life. They need to be stopped before more communities and families are harmed by them and the drug dealers who enable them and feed them poison to ruin lives of the good people of this community. We as a community need to stand up for what is right and to say and show that enough is enough. To stand up against the dealers and the terrorists of our community.

I am not afraid and want my family and friends to feel safe in their own homes. Some may not like what I have said, but someone needed to, before it is too late to make a difference. Let’s stop turning our heads and show the wastes-of-life that we don’t need them in our communities anymore. Even if they are friends or family, they need to be stopped. Look at what they have done and how many lives they have ruined. That goes for the cops, courts, and the state and society itself. I am done and I am not afraid to give my life for my family.

If you have a heart let’s find these wastes-of-life, help me find them, and lets end all of this senselessness and bring peace back to our lives. This is a cry out to everyone who has a heart to help ease some sad hearts and to bring a peace of mind to families living in fear. Don’t protect these no good worthless wastes-of-life, even if they are your friend or family bring them to justice.

Sincerely,

Mike Lee, Sr. , Hoopa, Calif.

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  1. Anita Mendez says:

    I have heard so many rumors and untruths of the incident that took place in Willow Creek, I decided to make a special trip to visit Humboldt County Jail and ask questions of the persons who were there. If you want to know the truth of the matter, I suggest you do the same. Don’t let being a Vigilante arouse your senses to take the law into your own hands. First of all,nothing turns of good when we take the law into our own hands. The police were not called in until after the incident as the supposed drove up the driveway. Another thing who has the God given right to call a person worthless or waste of life, drug addict or not. One need to look in their generational back yard, then into their heart to check themselfs of evil intentions. Mr. Lee your opinion of encouraging putting the law into your own hands is of wrong elements leading another family to unnecessary destruction. Are you District Attorney, Jury & Judge? It is time for the public to rethink: why was the police called in after the incident, when they saw them driving up in their driveway? If the law was not taken in by personal hands & 911 called, I think things would have been much different . I ask what would you do if the teachers of teaching you a lession laid & waited for you and ambushed with unnecessary violence, would you kneel down & say, I deserve this & allow yourself death. I think not, human instinct is to survive.

    I am now trying to hold back tears on the lost of life, lost in each family of broken hearts. Just the other day recent actions of persons driving into my nephew’s yard, called him out at gun point and requesting him to bring his brother out for punishment by their hands; which is(a hypocrite )the person who thinks he is above others by saying, writing negativity against anothers actions, but yet would not hesitate to hurt an inocent person is no different than the one he criticizes another but does the same thing he critizes. How can another senseless act of taking the law into your hands be acceptable. Look to the East, West, South and North of the many poor communities. How many new trucks, fancy cars, big homes do you see? No employment in the areas, which leaves you suspecting drug dealing, but turn your back, because eating of the fruits brings pleasure to the front doors.

    Don’t assume the media, the next door neighbor or the gossip is always right, get the facts, go to visit the persons in jail, ask them for yourselfs. They have nothing to loose by telling you facts. Yes! I grieve the lost life, and it is a terrible storm, yet I will say, over & over do not ever take the law into your hands. Don’t wait to attack, call the law as soon as you see wrong intentions comming your way.

    The police force as I know it, always have responded to a 911 call and would not hesitate to stake out a home, which may be in danger of evil intentions. Is it okay if someone has a gun held to the back of their head execution style , another shot and assumed to be dead, someone in the crowd will use the natural human instincts of survival. Would if they would have been teenagers, how would they have been handled in this case?

    The word and meaning for taking the law into our hands is as follows: A vigilante is a private individual who illegally punishes an alleged lawbreaker, or participates in a group which metes out extralegal punishment to an alleged lawbreaker. Vigilantes have been central to several creative fictional works and in some cas”Vigilante justice” is sometimes spurred on by the perception that criminal punishment is either nonexistent or insufficient for the crime. Those who believe this see their governments as ineffective in enforcing the law; thus, such individuals fulfil the like-minded wishes of the community. In other instances, a person may choose a role of vigilante as a result of personal experience as opposed to a social demand.

    Persons seen as “escaping from the law” or “above the law” are sometimes the targets of vigilantism.[3] It may target persons or organizations involved in illegal activities in general or it may be aimed against a specific group or type of activity, e.g. police corruption. Other times, governmental corruption is the prime target of vigilante freedom fighters.

    Vigilante behavior may differ in degree of violence. In some cases vigilantes may assault targets verbally, physically attack them or vandalize their property. Anyone who defies the law to further justice is a vigilante, and thus violence is not a necessary criteriones have been depicted as heroes and retaliatory forces against wrongdoers. Again, stop attacking the families, everyone is heart broken, everyone is grieving and not everyone is quilty of violence or death of any kind. Stop attacking the police force and the community at large. Know facts, before you write heavy opinions. If you hate me for my thoughts on your opinion, its a personal one you must work out within yourself.

    Sincerely,

    Anita Mendez

  2. Anita Mendez says:

    Dear Two Rivers Tribune:

    I am replying to Mr. Mike Lee. Sr. Opinion

    I have heard so many rumors and untruths of the incident that took place in Willow Creek, I decided to make a special trip to visit Humboldt County Jail and ask questions of the persons who were there. If you want to know the truth of the matter, I suggest you do the same. Don’t let being a Vigilante arouse your senses to take the law into your own hands. First of all, nothing turns of good when we take the law into our own hands. The police were not called in until after the incident as the supposed drove up the driveway. Another thing who has the God given right to call a person worthless or waste of life, drug addict or not. One need to look in their generational back yard, then into their heart to check themselves of evil intentions. Mr. Lee your opinion of encouraging putting the law into your own hands is of wrong elements leading another family to unnecessary destruction. Are you District Attorney, Jury & Judge? It is time for the public to rethink: why was the police called in after the incident, when they saw them driving up in their driveway? If the law was not taken in by personal hands & 911 called, I think things would have been much different . I ask what would you do if the teachers of teaching you a lesson laid & waited for you and ambushed with unnecessary violence, would you kneel down & say, I deserve this & allow yourself death. I think not, human instinct is to survive.
    I am now trying to hold back tears on the lost of life, lost in each family of broken hearts. Just the other day recent actions of persons driving into my nephew’s yard, called him out at gun point and requesting him to bring his brother out for punishment by their hands; which is(a hypocrite )the person who thinks he is above others by saying, writing negativity against another’s actions, but yet would not hesitate to hurt an innocent person is no different than the one he criticizes another but does the same thing he critizes. How can another senseless act of taking the law into your hands be acceptable. Look to the East, West, South and North of the many poor communities. How many new trucks, fancy cars, big homes do you see? No employment in the areas, which leaves you suspecting drug dealing, but turn your back, because eating of the fruits brings pleasure to the front doors.
    Don’t assume the media, the next door neighbor or the gossip is always right, get the facts, go to visit the persons in jail, ask them for yourselves. They have nothing to loose by telling you facts. Yes! I grieve the lost life, and it is a terrible storm, yet I will say, over & over do not ever take the law into your hands. Don’t wait to attack, call the law as soon as you see wrong intentions coming your way.
    The police force as I know it, always have responded to a 911 call and would not hesitate to stake out a home, which may be in danger of evil intentions. Is it okay if someone has a gun held to the back of their head execution style , another shot and assumed to be dead, someone in the crowd will use the natural human instincts of survival. Would if they would have been teenagers, how would they have been handled in this case?
    The word and meaning for taking the law into our hands is as follows: A vigilante is a private individual who illegally punishes an alleged lawbreaker, or participates in a group which metes out extralegal punishment to an alleged lawbreaker. Vigilantes have been central to several creative fictional works and in some cas”Vigilante justice” is sometimes spurred on by the perception that criminal punishment is either nonexistent or insufficient for the crime. Those who believe this see their governments as ineffective in enforcing the law; thus, such individuals fulfill the like-minded wishes of the community. In other instances, a person may choose a role of vigilante as a result of personal experience as opposed to a social demand.
    Persons seen as “escaping from the law” or “above the law” are sometimes the targets of vigilantism.[3] It may target persons or organizations involved in illegal activities in general or it may be aimed against a specific group or type of activity, e.g. police corruption. Other times, governmental corruption is the prime target of vigilante freedom fighters.
    Vigilante behavior may differ in degree of violence. In some cases vigilantes may assault targets verbally, physically attack them or vandalize their property. Anyone who defies the law to further justice is a vigilante, and thus violence is not a necessary criterions have been depicted as heroes and retaliatory forces against wrongdoers. Again, stop attacking the families, everyone is heart broken, everyone is grieving and not everyone is guilty of violence or death of any kind. Stop attacking the police force and the community at large. Know facts, before you write heavy opinions. If you hate me for my thoughts on your opinion, its a personal one you must work out within yourself.

    Sincerely,
    Anita Mendez

    • Ms. Lightening says:

      So the viliganties decided to take the law into their own hands, then lives, became shattered. The reason there is a law against taking the law into our own hands is, because it may not be the course that works best and today we have many grieving families. Today, there is a bounty on the head of one, it is like the hunting that was practiced in the Wild West against Native Americans when they defended themselfs. One warrior could not stand and watch his brothers, father, mother and sisters die, so he would put himself on the front lines for them, yet, he would know those moments were his going to be his last. The Native Americans sitting in jail, being acused are going to be tried for an ambush, they did not see comming.

      Racism, I have heard all my life. Growing up on the reservations I would hear the old elders talk about the dangers out side the reservation, so they would teach us and guide us with words of wisdom, to be respectable to the white folks, even if they treated us differently. Racism is a race issue, social stnding, income, drug addict, prisoner, and religion. Racism has no mercy and it is based on attitudes of one or more people based on superiority of one group to the supposed infority of another.

      The actions taken against the four Native Americans was horrific in its self. I dread thinking “what would have happened if they were teenagers”. A lot of racism has always existed in Humboldt and Del Norte, so we always would be sure to pass quickly though the small white dominated towns. The truth is, racism can go two ways. But, most don’t expect anything to be done, because no one can control the hate one human has against another.

      If this would have been an Native American who died, it would have been said, they should not have taken the law into their own hands. No not one eye lash would have batted.

      So some think to pull things into their own hands and create disaster of injustice on people of different skin colors is a shame and it for this to have vigilanty to have taken place is painful for all of us thoughout the communities at large. All the families are grieving and the tears flow unsparing within each family today.

      I grieve for every Family today. I cry as I put my head on my pillow and wonder why, the police were not called to handle the matter. When I wake in the morning I hope to hear the robin sing, but my thoughts turn to the families and you. You the reader – yes reader, we must all learn a lesson of touching people in the ways of building environment right from wrong within all walks of life, little people and big people.

      Truly,

      Ms. Lightening

  3. Charlene O'Rourke says:

    In response to Anita Mendez:

    In a place where 911 calls are rarely responded to within 5 minutes, or even half an hour, (due to location, lack of personnel, or lack of motivation), it is understandable when people—who have been suffering from the effects of drugs on a community for years—want justice, and are willing to put themselves in harm’s way in order to see that it is carried out.

    Mike said what a lot of people already think, and what many have said themselves—including family members of these criminals.
    Do you really think that a simple call to 911 as to the whereabouts of a criminal on a the reservation is a guarantee they will be apprehended? Moreover, that they will be apprehended before harm is done? It is much more complicated than you seem to think.

    A government is made up of its people and their beliefs. As much as you might wish for it to be by-the-book all the time, it isn’t, and there are provisions in our laws, such as the Citizen’s Arrest, for those times.

    From CSU Dominguez Hills:

    “A citizen’s arrest is a formal arrest by a citizen has no official government authority to make such an arrest as an agent of the government. The California Penal Code gives any citizen the right to make a citizen’s arrest of another citizen in three alternative situations:

    1. A public offense was committed or attempted in the citizen’s presence.

    2. The person arrested has committed a felony, although not in the citizen’s presence.
    3.

    A felony has been in fact committed and the citizen has reasonable cause for believing the person arrested has committed it.

    Why do we need a statute like this? Why do we need a “citizen’s arrest”? Well, as the crime rate goes up, it becomes more and more important that good citizens come to the aid of one another in distress. Without such a statute, only government agents, such as police, would have the authority to stop a felon in progress. By creating the “citizen’s arrest” statute we give ordinary citizens the authority to hold another citizen without fear of being sued for false imprisonment. Without the statute, the citizen who interfered in criminal activity would risk such a lawsuit.

    Even with such a statute, the citizen still risks being sued if he/she is wrong on his assessment of the situation. Notice that the statute requires that the “public offense” be in the citizen’s presence, or that the person arrested have committed a “felony,” that is, a crime punishable by one year or more in state prison. Do you know which crimes are punishable by one or more years in state prison? Can you be absolutely sure the person you are arresting is the one who committed the offense? What if there were three people involved? Can you be sure which one is the one you should arrest? At the very least, a defense lawyer is going to argue that the requirements for citizen’s arrest were not met and that the arrest, and any consequent seizure of contraband, were illegal.”

    Although the person making the arrest might have to contend with monetary costs afterwards in regards to court, I am sure that there would be several forms of assistance made available to them, as well as approval from many people everywhere.

    I noticed that you opted not to include the names of the people you spoke with at the jail, what questions you asked, and the one answer you claim to have been given is too confusing to make sense of.
    I have to wonder why you are attacking Mike for putting into words what he thinks and feels in your poorly worded, and badly spelled letter when your reasoning is unsound, and your facts are incomplete.
    You contradicted yourself when you said, “I ask what would you do if the teachers of teaching you a lesson laid & waited for you and ambushed with unnecessary violence, would you kneel down & say, I deserve this & allow yourself death. I think not, human instinct is to survive.” You place Mike in the postion of teacher, and the criminal “understandably” does what he must to survive. How is that different from a criminal doing as they please to a victim? Yet you remain illogically biased.
    You also misquoted Wikipedia in the vigilante definition you gave. The correct content is: “A vigilante is a private individual who legally or illegally punishes an alleged lawbreaker, or participates in a group which metes out extralegal punishment to an alleged lawbreaker.”

    When people blindly follow rules instead of actively participating in their makeup and execution, they give up what makes them free-thinking, free-acting, individuals. Being a vigilante does not mean a person is breaking the law. The actions of a vigilante determine if they are, or aren’t. Try reading the complete definition next time you look up a word, and post the entire defintion if you are going to quote it—not just the bits that suit you.

    • Maria Dash says:

      Stop the Attacks on Ms. Anita Mendez. Spelling,grammer and quotes is not the issue. She wrote out of emotion, therefore if you are educated, then you should be able to read though her response to Mr. Lee. Now with respect, I am asking you to honor her with respect for she to is broke hearted on the entire situation. Not just for her two relatives, but for all. I think she really was asking us to stop the violence. Remeber she moved away from us years ago, for reasons unknown to us.

    • Anita Mendez says:

      Response to: Charlene O’Rourke

      My response to Mr. Mike Lee was not about my spelling or incomplete quotes, it was the intent of bringing to his attention and the community at large what encouraging acts of vigilante can arouse and how it can bring an overall danger to the community. Federal Law has the right to interfere, when the acts of vigilante is encouraged and if I am correct, it is irritating to law enforcement and public officials alike.

      Citizens are often limited to making arrests for felonies committed in their presence. By taking the law into their own hands, vigilantes flout the rule of law, effectively becoming lawmaker, police officer, judge, jury, and appellate court for the cause they are pursuing.

      Let’s assume for a moment that vigilante justice would be tolerated. Would the rules of engagement be the same as those used by our state and federal law enforcement agencies? Probably not. The wheels of justice turn agonizingly slow, the entire process is in depth and elaborate. This system is designed to protect the innocent, and we are innocent until proven guilty. Without the legal process we are all fair game…sitting ducks. Often times the punishment doesn’t fit the crime, but this judicial system is important and needed to protect us.

      Imagine for whatever reason, someone has made up their mind that you have committed a crime. And without provacation or clear reason you become the target. and you have become the subject to unjustified, cruel and unusual punishment. Can you imagine what that must feel like?

      A citizen’s arrest is very touchy and whatever happened that night, we do not know and you are the first I heard mention Citizen’s arrest in this situation. Think! What exactly constitutes a legal citizen’s arrest? Presently, this has become an issue after two men were arrested and criminally charged when they detained six illegal immigrants at gunpoint and with handcuffs last month.

      Also, we must all look into our own back yard of our families, who do not have a clean one and ask ourselves this question. Would if it were one of my sisters, brother, aunt, uncle, cousin or friend? How would I feel? I assume pretty terrible, because most of us have families who messed up their lifes by wrong choices.

      I am sad for each family and it is hard to think about all who are of a broken heart. My mother told me today, Anita, don’t trouble yourself, we must allow God to have his ultimate way. Therefore, I will honor her words, by ending any further replies to anyone else, who objects to my believing in the law officers at all levels in our judicial system. Dialing 911 will save us all from unnecessary harm to our communities and ourselves. Without our law, we would not have a government.

  4. Mr. Hanger says:

    Reply to Ms. Lightening and Mendez:

    This is not a white or native American issue it is a criminal issue, these four individuals are all criminals, it is about what they have done with their lives, all have a prior criminal history. They deserve hunted, they deserve caught and they deserve to pay for what they did. They stole someone else’s property, they went back to get the rest, they had gun’s. Their intent was to take.
    Someone called the cop’s, but first tried to stop them from taking what was not theirs to take. The Humboldt County Sheriff’s office has some part to share in the blame, when 911 was called, when it was finally answered, when they finally arrived. And why they have not caught them all yet.
    Don’t talk racism, we all went to school on the reservation, it went both way’s down there, we all know the truth, and truth is both sides are guilty. I never knew what “cracker” or “honky” was till I went to school on the reservation. We don’t need a history lesson, it doesn’t matter what happened over a hundred years ago, only what happened on May 5th 2011 in Willow Creek Ca.
    Go to the Humboldt County jail as many times as you want, there is no truth in there, those involved are criminals and all that it means, liar’s, thieves, there’s nothing they will not say or do to save their own hides.
    I know my words seem harsh and my message is stern, but everything I say is the truth, every word…..you do not have to agree with me but I am telling the truth, no sugar, no victim stance, honest facts.
    A young man watched his father die, 4 people came to rob their home, it could of been handle different, but a man protected what was his, not a crime. Now all that’s left is we can only hope justice is served. It is only insult to injury that people are hiding the last one, his day is coming, he’ll get his, and if not now, in the next life! Because their day will come to be judged by 12, and then by one!

  5. Maria Dash says:

    Dont know who you are, but you sure sound like a man with a frozen heart. Everyone is not quilty before proven other wise. Yes! Your message is harsh and the judging needs to be left in the hands of almight God and with this said, we all need to pull the log out of our own eyes. Think if we each looked in our generational blood line, we may not be so hasty to cast the first stone. Two of people you call oxygen wasters are my neice and nephew and the other I do not know, yet I am concerned about all four. Anita spelling maybe lousy and quotes half done on her prior response to you, yet I out of emotion and she spoke with heart pain, Let her grieve for all, everyone has been crushed. Do stop with the violence. As you see she believe in the law and always will . All over the USA there many police putting their lives out on the streets for us. As an Aunt she has the right to feel you have no right to cut people in half, and no need for theatening verball abuse. If you are decent of heart, then you will understand what I am sayin She dont live in the valley, nor do She live close by, so she does not hear or see much, yet she know God is the judge always and forever. She believes, He looks at our hearts, our thoughts and feelings, then he decides what is the action he must take and she prayed for you, the Hangers, Ms. C. Orouke and all others in Gods care. People don’t disrespect me my verbally abusing me on line or in a newspaper. She love her neice and nephew and she love those she don’t know in jail. She only knows to forgive and correct self and to love the unlovable and the lovable. No more violence is needed. Stop with the theats. Your words are harsh, yet it is not good for force feed people that cannot eat of your words, because life is not ours, but Gods decision and she is his vessel for him. She told me to write this lower part of the section for her, so here goes: May the Lord Jesus bring you into his kingdom of compassion, understanding and love. I have not lived around up there for years , therefore I do not know people as yourself or really anyone in the valley,e therefore I am asking this last paragraph ; do not encourage people to take the law into their own hand. Don’ judge, don’t be the hang man, don’t be the D.A., don’t be a the lyncher. Let go! Let! God Thank You! for taking her message. No more violence, stop now she ask of you and the community at large.

  6. J says:

    “Today, there is a bounty on the head of one, it is like the hunting that was practiced in the Wild West against Native Americans when they defended themselfs” I do not see how a bounty on the head of someone who is wanted for being a THEIF and MURDERER is anything like being wanted solely because of your ethnicity.

  7. Robert Anderson says:

    There is a long chain of events and causes behind this and any tragedy in our community. Legally, the homeowner’s side were not at fault as the law allows the use of deadly force to defend oneself or one’s property. However, I have to wonder if the man would have been killed if he had only fired one shot in the air. It seems like this was a gun battle, and that means two sides were involved. Somebody chose to shoot back at him, and to shoot directly into his location. All of this was precipitated by an attempt to re-burgle a home thought unguarded all in the name of money for drugs.

    This is the issue that is most to blame. The local society takes drugs too leniently, even celebrating drug culture. In the past White vigiliantes or soldiers would shoot young Indian men, but today they don’t need to because drugs are leading them to shoot each other, die behind the wheel intoxicated, or committing suicide from the heightened despair that drugs bring.

    I teach at Hoopa High and grieve too often for the loss of our young people’s potentials. Every time a parent sends their kid out the door wearing clothes celebrating drugs or reeking of a grow house I think back on how successful genocide has become that the people are doing it to themselves through their own children. I’ve met many good parents that seem to be doing everything right, but still worry over the allure of power and estacy that our pervasive drug culture offers.

  8. hunsucker says:

    And the truth shall set us free remember that

  9. story teller says:

    This not the wild west and vigalante buisness will not slide

  10. x relative says:

    maria dash, mr. hangers heart is not “frozen”. it is BROKEN. as would yours be if it was a relative of yours that was killed. and for what? trying to protect his family from the harm that came their way, not just once, but for the second time. and who can say, for sure, what would have happened if darrell would not have been there with his son that night. GOD knows nothing kind was what the four of them were planning on to begin with or none of this would have happened and darrell would not be dead now.

  11. Put them away for life says:

    Im a native living in Hoopa. I know most of the people involved and it makes me sick to see relatives of these scumbags trying to protect them by spinning truths, claiming verbal violence (give me a break) and trying to distract from the truth by citing weird and idiotic references. The fact is these people were scumbags who deserved prison even before they killed Hangar. I hope they go away for life. And by the way, if you miss them you can always go visit them in jail or put money on their books. They will always be there unlike the poor man who lost his life defending what was his. I would have done the same. Also, you people who are defending the scumbags really should think about the damage you do to the native community by supporting your family. As a community many of us are trying to let go of the discrimination that goes both ways and move forward and heal. Native Americans are a beautiful race but I am ashamed to call you people my relatives because you are one of the main reasons why we are discriminated against. Hopefully they will ALL receive life in jail for MURDER. I don’t care who their aunts or cousins are because they are still alive and can still be visited and their company enjoyed (if briefly) whereas the hangar family does not have this right. My father was my world and I couldnt imagine losing him to the hands of SCUMBAGS like these.

  12. Vigalate,or neighborhood watch,enough is enough,I may have walked on both sides of the line but that only makes me that much more aware…at my niece love you babe.at Mike X’s…theft,exploitation,violence,…fight fire with fire….



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