Now a warning of a tsunami / earthquake / volcanic eruption off the coast of Oregon! January 17th into 18th.... A buoy dropped over four inches , then FOUR FEET, off the coast of Oregon.. all sorts of news stories now out about the event, and what they're calling a "SURGE" of the plate. The graphics being used by the media all show the plate PRESSING EASTWARD ! Talk about forecasting - If you watch the above video... the location which just saw the buoy drop Four Feet is the same location which was warned for large movement to strike.... coast of Oregon.
Wayland Gray was unanimously acquitted of criminal trespass and disorderly conduct charges by a 12-member Alabama jury, which accepted the defense that the 1978 American Indian Religious Freedom Act recognized a right of access to sacred places for ceremonial purposes. Gray and other Muscogee (Creek) Nation citizens, who sought access to Hickory Ground to pay respect to the Muscogee (Creek) Nation and Ocevopfv Ancestors and to conduct a prayer ceremony, were arrested by Poarch Band of Creek Indians Tribal Police and prosecuted by the State of Alabama. Many other Muscogee citizens, including Ocevopfv Mekko George Thompson, also were impeded in their efforts to gain access to Hickory Ground, but were not arrested or prosecuted. Hickory Ground was a fenced-off, locked and guarded construction site while Poarch Band’s casino and resort hotel were being built on top of Ocevopfv and Muscogee Ancestors and the sacred, ceremonial and historical Hickory Ground, which was the last Muscogee Nation Capitol before forced removal to Indian Territory (now Oklahoma).
SHAME – Poarch Band for desecrating Hickory Ground and deliberately unearthing Muscogee (Creek) and Ocevopfv Ancestors and separating them from their funerary objects; for denying Ocevopfv and Muscogee citizens access to Hickory Ground for religious freedom purposes; and for accusing Wayland Gray of terroristic threats, a charge that did not survive the grand jury; for continuing to misrepresent the facts and to make false claims about Muscogee citizens to Native Nations, the U.S. Congress and others, even after the jury’s acquittal.
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