Hello, we need your help now. The State of Nevada Department of Wildlife, which is a corporation, plans to prosecute me in the Austin Justice Court on July 15, 2013 at 1 pm. This county court is claiming to be the State of Nevada, which is also a corporation and the have absolutely no jurisdiction. I handed the Nevada State Game Warden Federal and International and National laws that are to protect me, my people and our lifeways. These laws I carry with me every day and I am learning more about these corporations that have no authority nor power over Indigenous People. Censored News has been good to us and now the Indian people will learn such as I and gain that good freedom as I plan to win and end any more interferences and uphold laws, treaties and use our federal recognition and trustee status by the united states of America. The State of Nevada Governor Sandavol has not responded to my letter as of last year and he is liable just as this county court and the judge and the prosecutor and the game warden will all be held accountable.
etter to Nevada governor concerning traditional hunting rights
Governor of Nevada Brian Sandavol
June 23, 2012
My name is Kwassuh/Buckskin a.k.a. Wesley Dick Jr. and I am
an enrolled member of a federally recognized tribe, Fallon Paiute-Shoshone
Tribe of Nevada. I ask
for the respect and acknowledgement on behalf of myself and the traditional
peoples across and over these lands that practice and live our sacred and
unique traditional lifeways and the laws that protect and preserve these
I stand as a traditional man of the Numa/Northern Paiute
Nation of Nevada and as a father to provide for my family and my people of our
ceremonial and traditional lifeways of the Numa/Northern Paiutes of Nevada that
are known throughout these lands including several other related nations of
tribal people along with the 564 federally recognized tribes, the unrecognized
and also the terminated tribal people that live amongst the lands of the United
States of America today.
This request is of good relations towards the indigenous
people and the people of the state of Nevada as well as the United States of
America concerning these multiple violations of State Wildlife Officer Buckland
Tingle and the State of Nevada Wildlife Department concerning disrespect,
disregard of treaties, laws recognized nationally and internationally
protecting my inherent rights as a descendant of the original peoples of this
land to continue our sacred and unique lifeways and traditions of the
Numa/Northern Paiutes of Nevada.
As I first met with Officer Buckland Tingle, I shook his
hand and told him I come in a good way and expect him to do the same. I then introduced myself, my tribe, where I
am from, my federally recognized I.D.; the same as my people did in the
past. I then described what I was doing
and what I still needed to do in regards to my prayers, the ceremony, and the
preparations to the Tunna/Antelope. I
then told him of the rights I carry with me, and handed him from my hand to
his, to read. After an hour of his
investigation, I was placed under arrest while I told/advised him of the
disrespect towards the laws. I provided
these laws and my rights to provide for my family, my people, and my ceremonial
tasks of hunting, and the process I learned from my elders of the spiritual
recognition of the Tunna/Antelope and the area I stood that is always done in
ceremony which provided my people the Numa/Northern Paiute with the plants and
animals of these lands for thousands of years with no interference.
I openly advised the State Wildlife Officer of my status,
identification, my laws and rights; he decided on his own to disregard. These laws I provided to him, is the same I
am including with this letter. I also
can provide more information. As my
related tribal relative nations of people are winning court challenges
throughout and across these lands, these laws of our inherent rights protect us
and preserve our lifeways and we should not be punished, prevented, or
prosecuted for being what and who we are as the Native Americans of these
Indigenous peoples worldwide are still in existence, as I
have been a known teacher, demonstrator, instructor, mentor, and ceremonial
provider/supporter for many years. It is
also world known of the importance of continuing our lifeways to pass this to
our children and future generations, this knowledge to live the good life and
stand as our ancestors have from thousands of years past to today is shared
with all indigenous peoples of the world.
I request a dismissal and disclosure of these State Wildlife
Charges and also that all my belongings be returned to me immediately as I have
been tremendously delayed culturally, financially, and spiritually. And an end to these distractions and
interferences amongst my peoples of the Numa/Northern Paiute Nation,
Newa/Shoshone Nation, and the Washoe Nations of Nevada and the recognition and
respect that is due these laws and treaties.
This spiritual disrespect not only interferes with my
prayers for my family, Earth, and all my surroundings including the
Tunna/Antelope’s ceremonial circle of life, it has clearly affected our connection
towards this animal as I, Kwassuh, have visions and dreams of these Tunna/Antelope
that stand and watch me as I cannot connect their spirit towards their ending
so they are like lost and blood from the liver is to be taken and gifted to the
Earth, along with tobacco, to ensure that three more Tuna/Antelope will take
it’s place. There are several more ways
I learned and keep to myself and I now sense the sadness of the Earth and
Creator from whom I asked for the blessings to take part in our sacred ways
that were of goodness, honor, and gratitude.
There are unfinished prayers and the ending methods that I was taught by
my own people; they need to be completed.
I also advised these officers that this interruption/interference
towards my traditional ways and the importance of my request, may bring some
honor towards my traditional relationship I described when these request have
been returned to me and I will complete/fulfill my ceremony as it should be.
Immediate attention to these matters is of great importance
for this good relationship between said Indian nations and all governmental
agencies to understand and honor. These
laws are easy to acknowledge, understand and are recognized daily throughout
this nation; it is the law.
Wesley Dick Jr. (Kwassuh)
Enrolled member of the Fallon Paiute-Shoshone Tribe.
A federally recognized tribe of the United States of America
Kwassuh – means Buckskin in the Numa/Northern Paiute language.
Toi-Ticutta – means the Cattail Eaters in the Northern Paiute language.