A Letter To Bay Mills Tribal Members
As posted on Facebook at Kurt Perron For Tribal Chairman
* I will resolve our Charlotte Beach Land Claim which has been handed over to the Soo Tribe to use to obtain casinoes with. I will file a lawsuit against the Soo Tribe in federal court to have them kicked off our Charlotte Beach land claim using the Supreme Courts recent Carcieri decison as precedent. Once Soo Tribe is kicked off our claim, I will then issue an eviction notice to the current residents of Charlotte Beach. We can then use our claim ourselves to obtain several more casinoes in key areas, including Vanderbilt, without spending our Elders Fund in the process. We should have never given our Charlotte Beach Claim to the Soo Tribe to use for a casino in Romulus and now Lansing, this was our land and it was taken from us, not the Soo Tribe. If a casino ever opens in these areas it will be owned by Bay Mills, not Soo Tribe.See also:
- President/Chairman Parker, Longtime Crony of Detroit Gambling Promoter Michael Malik, Tossed Out by Bay Mills Indian Community Voters
- Same 20-Year-Old Story, Bay Mills Chairman Teasing Business Leaders with Hopeless Casino Plans
- Scandal Continues to Plague Political and Lobbying Activities of Detroiters Bankrolling Casino Plans
- Michael Malik: The Latest Life & Times of a Detroit Casino Syndicator
- Four Charlotte Beach parcels purchased by Michael Malik or his associates since 2002
- Charlotte Beach real estate transactions involving Michael Malik haven't been impacted by any so-called "cloud" over title
- Michael Malik at epicenter; manufacturing behind the scenes drama in Michigan’s remote Charlotte Beach subdivision.
- Why would attorney for Tribe's Port Huron casino developer be acquiring property up north in Charlotte Beach?
- Is the Bay Mills Tribe using Charlotte Beach land claims solely to leverage developer's off-reservation casino plans?
- UPDATE: Posts set context and detail schemes, conflict$ behind Detroiters' off-reservation casino proposal
- Tribe to borrow $4 million to fund federal grant requirement, other investments in Malik’s Plastics venture