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Date of posting: 2014-09-03 20:59:19
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Dispute with: A Government Organization
Amount: I just want Justice
Description: My rights as a Native American were violated. On the first page of my suit it states I was not protected by Indian child welfare act, and they had 45 to confirm this. And During an interstate compact the case was not reopened which violates my right to defend myself at all. I believe the crossing of state lines means my case is Federal. I don't want money I want my Child.
Zipcode: 32084
City: Saint Augustine
State: Florida

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