Rights entitled by the Constitution
by Myra Callahan
March 22, 2004
The constitution of the Ketchikan Indian Community (Corporation
at the time), clearly states that none of the ordinances shall
supersede the rights entitled me by the Constitution of the United
States of America. Any contradiction of this through censure,
etc., is a direct contradiction to this statement.
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