President Obama signed the settlement legislation on December 8, 2010. The Cobell Settlement has been ongoing for several years, and the process seems to be a history of lies of promises to pay, greed of attorney's, and lack of concern for the people, who, by law, are entitiled to the settlement. The Garden City Group "GCG" has stated payment will be made 'sometime' in 2014, which does not provide clarity or assurance of payment. This delay is placing financial burdens on many Native American families, who are expecting payments and facing financial hardships while waiting on the settlement.
We are so glad you're here and working with us to help ALL Trust Account beneficiaries (Native American families), receive their Cobell payment checks as soon as possible. Thanks! for getting involved - - we couldn"t do it without you!
Native American Community Service Center of Oklahoma - Campaign Team
Update #37 years ago
Native Americans have met with David Smith, Lead Attorney for Cobell Settlement. The JUDGE on Cobell signed an order late Thursday May 29, 2014 GRANTING DISBURSEMENT OF TRUST SETTLEMENT! We have won our petition and Thank you to ALL that have signed our petitions, whether it was the original or this Care2 Petition site. We could not have done it without your help and support. God Bless All!
Katherine Ware-Perosi, Native American Community Service Center, Inc. - Group Leader
Update #27 years ago
We are receiving phone calls, messages, from Indian Trust beneficiaries that do not have access to a computer to sign on-line, requesting to sign the petition. Send this petition to others that do have access to a computer that can sign. All your help is so greatly appreciated! Aho! (thank you)
Update #17 years ago
We are receiving phone calls from Native Americans all over the United States wanting to sign the petition. We are mailing hard copy of petitions to all of the most important people in the U.S. this week. Continue to route this petition to others that may want to sign, we will keep in touch!
Aho! (Thank you)
Katherine Ware-Perosi, Director/Indian Landowner
Native American Community Service Center of Oklahoma