by on June 7, 2019

 its lawsuit yesterday with the United States District Court for the Middle District of Alabama alleging that the Elmore County site should now be returned to its pre-development state, which would entail the destruction of the Wind Creek Casino and Hotel Wetumpka. This latest action against the Poarch Band of Creek Indians moreover purportedly names the federal government via the United States Department of the Interior along with the Alabama tribe’s casino and hotel-operating Wind Creek Hospitality concern as defendants.

James Floyd, Principal Chief for the Muscogee (Creek) Nation reportedly told Tulsa World that his tribe had filed the original lawsuit because the Poarch Band of Creek Indians had broken an assurance to ‘maintain that ground in perpetuity.’ 카지노사이트  He declared that the defendants had also ‘desecrated an extremely important cultural, historical and archaeological site’ by excavating the ‘remains and sacred objects.’ Substantial portfolio: For its part, the Poarch Band of Creek Indians is headquartered in Atmore, Alabama, and reportedly has approximately 3,000 members. Alongside the facility in Wetumpka, the federally-recognized tribe is also responsible for the southern state’s Wind Creek Casino and Hotel Atmore and Wind Creek Casino and Hotel Montgomery properties alongside similar venues in Florida, Pennsylvania, Nevada, Curacao and Aruba.

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