Klamath Basin Restoration Agreement/KBRA, does not state there
will be no more litigation. A subgroup of the chosen stakeholders
will tell the litigants HOW they may sue each other.
2. These DVD's are
Going To Pieces is written by a Cherokee woman, Elaine
Willman, who exposes corruption in tribal leadership, and
tribalism. She is not "racist" against Indians; she is one.
3. Here is the poll:
The following was submitted by the
Klamath Tribes to the closed-door settlement 'stakeholders'
Klamath Tribe document
intensions - putting land into tax-exempt trust, ...intends
to "buy back private lands....and secure funding for purchasing
retired water rights, conservation easements...assert tribes
senior water rights...expand gaming...exchange for federal
lands..." Their document speaks for itself.
4. The Tribe is claiming
water rights from "time immemorial", and is asking for all the
water. They 'promise' not to enforce that right. However the Tribe
is 'sovereign', and as provided in Section 2.2, this Agreement
does not waive any Party’s sovereign immunity.
5. Off-Project group that
represents 125,000 acres of irrigators, Resource Conservancy, was
not allowed at the negotiation table by Klamath Water Users Asso,
tribes, environmentalists, and gov't agencies.
The Upper Klamath Water Users Association was recently formed
by Becky Hyde and represents approximately 2000 acres of land.
They were welcomed at the table by Gov't agencies, Klamath Water
Users, Tribes and environmental groups.
Klamath Tribe owns the easement to the Yainix Ranch of Becky and
Taylor Hyde. p408.