“What Does It Matter…You Didn’t Even Know You Were A Victim”; Some USA Attorneys Recommending Not Pursue Victim Compensation
June 10, 2013 § Leave a comment
June 10, 2013, Unfortunately a few USA Attorneys, all (3) of which are in State of Connecticut, Fairfield County, are discouraging their client, who happens to be a USA Placed Victims-Survivors of Canadian Scoops, from continuing to pursue his/her compensation claims within TRC-Canada and within a building class action suit. To date, this victim’s file is the most complete of all USA Placed Victims-Survivors of Canadian Scoops; this victim is also the 1st & only USA Placed Victim-Survivor of Canadian Scoops to be recognized by TRC-Canada, AND USCIS granted this individual USA Citizenship on basis of being a victim of that particular genocide, i.e., as far as USCIS was aware that was the 1st USA Citizenship granted on basis of being victim of that genocide, a.k.a. Canadian Scoops.
These (3) attorneys who are accustomed to very well handling their client’s real estate transactions, DUIs, divorces, legal name changes, etc., but who nevertheless throughout their work failed to realize the same client was not even USA Citizen have told their client that they believe that as USA Placed Victim-Survivor of Canadian Scoops s/he will never be compensated and that ‘what does it matter anyway, until a few years ago you didn’t even know that you were a victim of Canadian Scoops.”
In order for the appeals and the building class action suit to be successful AND to increase the possibility that more USA Placed Victims-Survivors of Canadian Scoops will be recognized by TRC-Canada and thus granted USA Citizenship on basis of being victim of that genocide, every USA Placed Victim-Survivor of Canadian Scoops needs to be encouraged and enabled to put their file forward. No attorney should discourage their clients from pursuing compensation claims because the attorneys themselves are not capable of representing the client on issues that require familiarity with Native American/North American Indian legislation, regulations, etc.