Perspective: $50million lawsuit filed on behalf of 17 Native Americans v. Film Distribution Company

December 25, 2013 § Leave a comment

December 25, 2013, Without establishing that they are North American Indian Status, and/or related to individuals on Dawes List, and not having achieved US Federal Government recognition, (17) members of ‘Native American Indian tribe’ recognized as such only by the State of New Jersey have filed a suit against film distribution company alleging USD $50 million in damages as a result of the negative stereotypes that the film, Out of the Furnace, purportedly suggests (link to full story below).

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/thr-esq/furnace-producers-sued-defamation-by-667609

Growing number of lawsuits being filed by North American/Native American Indian interest groups in the year 2013 should encourage each USA Placed Victim-Survivor of Canadian Scoops seeking restitution to pursue their complaints without hesitation; anyone that hesitates only does so because they are ignorant of the potential. In Canada, the family of the 1st USA Placed Victim-Survivor of Canadian Scoops is seeking CAD $1million per year that their then child, 1 of 4 taken but the only 1 taken to be placed in USA and not kept within Canada, was missing.

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