Oklevueha NAC Utah Supreme Court Hearing





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Uploaded on Mar 11, 2009

Conspirator Native American Rights Fund advises the State of Utah to Lie in the State of Utah Supreme Court hearing #1 Lie - Only Federally Recognized Indians are allowed to use Peyote, #2 Lie - State of Utah had not excepted the DEA Code of Regulations into it's states statutes.

THE STATE OF UTAH'S, UTAH SUPREME COURT argument filled with LIES and MISS REPRESENTATIONS OF STATE AND FEDERAL LAWS in its LAST attempt to outlaw the Native American Church.

"THE COURT: Excuse me, Ms. Collard. I just notice in your opening sentence. Is the church actually a defendant in the criminal proceeding? MS.COLLARD: It is. THE COURT: Okay. MS. Collard: It is Your Honor. The Defendant church and its spiritual leaders moved to dismiss the charges against them and I might add that each first degree felony charge under the Utah Controlled Substance Act carries a mandatory penalty of an indeterminate term of not less than seven years, and which may be for life."

The State of Utah is the only State in the history of the Union that attempted to outlaw the Native American Church.

The State of Utah is the only state in the Union that had to be sued to allow the American Native Sweat Lodge Ceremony to be conducted in the State of Utah Department of Corrections.

The State of Utah had to pass special legislation to order State of Utah counties to honor marriages by the Native American Church spiritual leaders.



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