Four Yankton Sioux men will be featured in filming for lawless America…The Movie.
An article about the movie and the men has just appeared in a Native American newspaper.
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WAGNER, SOUTH DAKOTA –– Lawlessness in Indian Country in the current generation can often be defined as injustice.
What the world sees and hears about Native communities is often a mixed bag of stereotypes and misconceptions often blamed on mainstream media. A unique website based out of Marietta, Ga., however, is seeking to turn the table on that approach for one South Dakota reservation community and the alleged legacy of abuse found in one family.
The Rouse, Feather and Hubbeling families of the Yankton Reservation have been approached by the administrator of the website, Lawless America, to share their collective story. As previously reported in Native Sun News, four members of the Yankton Sioux Tribe were convicted of child sexual abuse, with the alleged victims being members of their immediate families.
The four convicted men are Jesse Rouse, Desmond Rouse, Garfield Feather and Russell Hubbeling.
The children involved were removed from their families, despite their eligibility under the Indian Child Welfare Act for intervention by the tribe. Several of the children have grown up separated from family, severing crucial cultural ties.
Lucretia Rouse, one of the alleged victims, has come forth in the past couple of years, speaking out about how her testimony was no less than coerced and outright fabricated. Rouse maintains that the allegations against her relatives are false and that their convictions are wrong.
Lawless America was created by William Windsor, who was inspired by his personal experiences with judicial and government corruption.
Due to publicity about his efforts with the U.S. Supreme Court, thousands of people began telling Windsor their stories, and his Lawless America morphed into a site dedicated to exposing dishonesty and corruption in government, while at the same time presenting ways to battle this epidemic.
“Lawless America…The Movie will film victims of judicial and government corruption from all across America,” Windsor explains on his website, www.lawlessamerica.com. “The government and the mainstream media have done everything possible to keep this story from being told. But a 50-state film trip begins on June 14, 2012, and the pandemic of government corruption will be exposed for the world to see.”
The departure date will be June 14, with the trip ending on November 3. “672 people, 143 days, 50 states, 16,508 miles” is the goal of the filmmakers. The website also features an opportunity to volunteer to help with filming. A release date for the movie has not yet been slated.
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