Press releases & statements

Court Case & Trial

Ongoing Corruption at Onondaga

  • A Statement from Ronald Jones Sr. about the Banishment of him and his Wife Ruth Jones 1985. Context: Ronald Jones Sr. and his wife Ruth Jonesowned the land where the 1997 I-81 Indian Detail attacks took place. The husband and wife were banished from their home at Onondaga Nation by Chief Lean Shenandoah and Oren Lyons. The banishment was widely opposed and is proven to be in direct violation of the Great Law, Clan Laws, and Longhouse and in direct conflict with traditional Haudenosaunee ways. Ronald Jones Sr. was later murdered in what is widely understood to be retaliation for speaking out about corruption at Onondaga and involvement of Onondaga Chiefs in the 97' attacks.
  • Looking Back: The Truth Behind the Jones' Illegal Banishment by Karen Jones
  • Onondaga Elder Statesman Ronald Jones Sr. Found Murdered in Home Engulfed in Flames (February 11, 1999)
  • Eulogy to Ron Jones An Interview with Ron Jones' Daughter –Karen Jones– and Niece –Fran George– on Thomas Sullivan's Radio Show. The program was interrupted in the middle when Joe Heath –white settler and official lawyer for the (illegitimate) Council of Onondaga Chiefs– demanded the broadcast be ended by threatening a law suit, effectively silencing and denying the free speech of the Onondaga People.

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Further RESOURCES

More current media about the trial

older media about the attacks & corruption

The Onondaga Nation Territory -  A Series of Reports from Gary Hunt at Outpost of Freedom who visited the Onondaga Nation & documented widespread corruption between Oct. 1,1993 and June 15, 1994:

October 1, 1993 -- Relates my rather shocking introduction to the Reservation, and demonstrated what I believe the be the "bought" obedience of the local Sheriff.

October 2, 1993 -- Discusses the unwillingness of the non-traditional side to deal with matters according to Indian law.

October 3, 1993 -- Finally the phone lines are repaired, and my releases can go out across the country.

October 4, 1993 -- The beginnings of the ordeal - background.

October 5, 1993 -- Lyons, et al, the bad guys are not really Indian Chiefs.

October 6, 1993 -- The Indian Patriots as benefactors to their people.

October 7, 1993 -- Vandalism condoned by the Sheriff and Fire Department.

October 8, 1993 -- A contract of Submission.

October 9, 1993 -- Is fear a factor in the ability of the "Chiefs" to maintain control over the Reservation?

  October 18, 1993 -- The true role of an Indian Chief from the 1640s.

  June 15, 1994 -- Smoke Signals burned to ground by arsonists.

blog posts from mohawk nation news

Onondaga Attack Trial - Sept. 20, 2016 (Mar. 9, 2016)

“INDIAN DETAIL” AT ONONDAGA (Apr. 26, 2015)

ANATOMY OF A “FALSE FLAG” (Apr. 27. 2015)

LICK & PASTE (Sept. 26, 2016)


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