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MHA Council Investigating Tex Hall

This should be interesting. Even if they find anything wrong my guess is they don't do anything about it.

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The business council of the Three Affiliated Tribes says it's investigating Chairman Tex Hall.
     Members unanimously voted one month ago to authorize an independent investigation of Hall's business activities.
     Vice Chairman Fred Fox says after hearing rumors about a possible business partnership with accused felon James Henrikson, it is important for the integrity of all tribal members to get to the bottom of the story.

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 Couldn't happen to a better guy----except maybe Charles Murphy!

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 this is something that certainly needs to be done.  On the surface it certainly doesn't look very good.  But Tex claims he is clean.  We'll see.  However, I don't know if a group from the tribe can do an independent investigation.  I think the FBI or BIA should be doing it.

 

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 this is something that certainly needs to be done.  On the surface it certainly doesn't look very good.  But Tex claims he is clean.  We'll see.  However, I don't know if a group from the tribe can do an independent investigation.  I think the FBI or BIA should be doing it.

 

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 What's next we have Obama "independently" investigate himself?

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 What's next we have Obama "independently" investigate himself?

it would be pretty much the same thing.  oh hell that's right, that's already happening 

 

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kind of like having the fox check on the chickens.

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kind of like having the fox check on the chickens.

like Lynn Helms?

 

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 Lol! I like that ! The oil cheerleader himself

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kind of like having the fox check on the chickens.

like Lynn Helms?

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 Elders say leave him alone that's what will happen. They will send people who want him charged to jail before they will get him on anything. Cash works wonders.

Elders back tribal chairman; call attorney insubordinate

NEW TOWN, N.D. – Tribal elders here defended Chairman Tex Hall on Thursday and requested the tribal attorney be suspended for what they called unethical behavior and insubordination toward the chairman.

By: Amy Dalrymple, Forum News Service

 

NEW TOWN, N.D. – Tribal elders here defended Chairman Tex Hall on Thursday and requested the tribal attorney be suspended for what they called unethical behavior and insubordination toward the chairman.

 

The Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Elders Organization brought a resolution to the Tribal Business Council seeking a 30-day suspension of Damon Williams, the attorney for the tribe.

 

Three Affiliated Tribes elder Ramona Two Shields said Williams was disrespectful in a Jan. 31 meeting when he got into a verbal confrontation with Hall during a discussion about amendments to an ethics ordinance.

 

Elders said Williams wrongly advised a few council members that an emergency existed with the tribal ethics ordinance, which allowed discussion of the amendments without the proper public notice procedure.

 

The amendments, which were approved, related to defining conflicts of interest for public employees, an issue Hall has received criticism for after his company, Maheshu Energy, was linked to a criminal investigation.

 

The elders also questioned other incidents involving Williams, including a letter he wrote questioning the results of a federally certified election without consulting Hall.

 

No member of the Tribal Business Council made a motion to support the elders’ resolution, so the effort did not move forward. However, Two Shields said the group may pursue other avenues.

 

Hall said he was glad the elders shed light on the need to establish a process when there is a divide on the council.

 

In an interview later Thursday, Williams said he considered the exchange between him and Hall to be natural dialog, not a confrontation.

 

“I take great pride in my professionalism,” Williams said. “I was just doing what I was told by my client, which is the entire Tribal Business Council.”

 

Also at the Jan. 31 meeting, a resolution to suspend Hall and investigate a contract involving the tribe and a company associated with James Henrikson, who is charged with felony weapons charges and linked to a murder-for-hire case in Spokane, Wash., was defeated by the Tribal Business Council.

 

In interviews, members of the MHA Elders Organization, which has representation across the Fort Berthold Reservation, said they support Hall’s leadership.

 

“He is looking out for everyone,” said Donna Morgan, chairperson of the group. “These other ones (council members) are looking out for themselves only.”

 

Elder John Danks said he applauds Hall and the council members for establishing what is known as the People’s Fund to sustain the tribe in the future.

 

“The tribe’s financially solvent and the Tribal Council manages our resources,” Danks said. “Our oil resource is what has generated this revenue. This resource is finite and we must put some aside.”

 

Danks said Hall owned the oil field service business when tribal members elected him, and Hall doesn’t give up his right to engage in economic activity because he’s on the council.

 

Another Tribal Business Council member, Mervin Packineau of Parshall, also is listed on the tribe’s list of certified Indian contractors as owner of U.S. Sand LLC, which sells sand for hydraulic fracturing.

 

The specific changes to the tribe’s ethics ordinance approved by the council were not available Thursday because the resolution was approved but had not been signed, said Glenda Baker-Embry, spokeswoman for the tribe.

 

Majel Russell, an attorney who does some work on probate and enrollment issues for the tribe, told the Tribal Business Council she is interested in serving as a special prosecutor to handle ethics complaints, a position that had been advertised but not filled.

 

But Russell said the ethics ordinance would first need revisions to be more transparent, establish how a hearing process would work and define a protocol for a separate body to hear complaints that relate to the Tribal Business Council.

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 there is a segment of tribal members that have always dislike Tex. And now that Tex has oil wells of his own it has caused even more hatred of the guy.  Honestly, this is normal tribal politics.  Not unlike the white man's politics.

 

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lol people are not going to rock the boat and lose their payola that's been the way of that tribe for a long time.  The elders get money several times a year of course they will back the golden goose.  And just fyi I am Native and not being racist or prejudice.  I'm just tired of the crooked few that represent us all in the public eye.

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Yep they keep handing out a little to keep people smiling and not working and steal like crazy, and they love them for it. Ask around near election time over there, very few vote For anyone without an elder telling them to. 

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lol people are not going to rock the boat and lose their payola that's been the way of that tribe for a long time.  The elders get money several times a year of course they will back the golden goose.  And just fyi I am Native and not being racist or prejudice.  I'm just tired of the crooked few that represent us all in the public eye.

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lol people are not going to rock the boat and lose their payola that's been the way of that tribe for a long time.  The elders get money several times a year of course they will back the golden goose.  And just fyi I am Native and not being racist or prejudice.  I'm just tired of the crooked few that represent us all in the public eye.

nailed it

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 Well Tex's step daughter had a kid with James. That being said I'm sure the met at a family dinner and not just by accident. I thibk that there is enough proof for a person.

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 Well Tex's step daughter had a kid with James. That being said I'm sure the met at a family dinner and not just by accident. I thibk that there is enough proof for a person.

yes she did.  but that doesn't mean a thing other than the girl has piss poor judgement.  enough proof of what?

 

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How bout vacations together in Hawaii?
 

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 Well Tex's step daughter had a kid with James. That being said I'm sure the met at a family dinner and not just by accident. I thibk that there is enough proof for a person.

yes she did.  but that doesn't mean a thing other than the girl has piss poor judgement.  enough proof of what?

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How bout vacations together in Hawaii?
 
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 Well Tex's step daughter had a kid with James. That being said I'm sure the met at a family dinner and not just by accident. I thibk that there is enough proof for a person.

yes she did.  but that doesn't mean a thing other than the girl has piss poor judgement.  enough proof of what?

who's who in this picture?  

 

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 Hendrickson is far left, his wife is next to him(the blond), and Tiffany Tex's gf. Bottom right Peyton who is reported to have had Hendrickson's baby.

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 I didn't recognize hendrickson because he looks different now.  anyway, this really isn't a surprise they would vacation together they were business partners.  At least until Tex figured out what kind of a guy he was.  Then it was over.  And had Hendrickson not gotten arrested Tex would probably be dead.  

 

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  until Tex figured out what kind of a guy he was. 

Seriously? Because of Tex's superior ethics?

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 It does show poor judgment yes, but a girl her age wouldn't meet someone like that just randomly, but maybe in Hawaii lol.

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  until Tex figured out what kind of a guy he was. 

Seriously? Because of Tex's superior ethics?

sounds like you know first hand of his ethics?  please share

 

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 It does show poor judgment yes, but a girl her age wouldn't meet someone like that just randomly, but maybe in Hawaii lol.

no they met before hawaii 

 

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  until Tex figured out what kind of a guy he was. 

Seriously? Because of Tex's superior ethics?

sounds like you know first hand of his ethics?  please share

Most do, it was news when he was caught stealing before when he was voted out the last time.

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 there is a segment of tribal members that have always dislike Tex. And now that Tex has oil wells of his own it has caused even more hatred of the guy.  Honestly, this is normal tribal politics.  Not unlike the white man's politics.

You have to be kidding me.

He is absolutely corrupt and to a degree MHA has never seen before. He has other dealings with Henrikson to include Blackstone...a company Hall paid over 800,000.00 dollars to - signing the MHA checks himself...to his own partnership company.

Also, Hall signs all drilling permits and has ensured his company Mahetsu and its many companies he fronts-  are getting the work without it being bid to legitmate companies.

I find the Elders Council to be completely out of line in this matter, and they are the minority.

I also find it funny that Fred Fox is pointing fingers - he has a company with a lady named Laurie Bird - that is doing the same thing, millions of dollars in contracts being given to his partner - as he uses his power to ensure they are given to her.

The lot of them need to be investigated for extortion of contracts, misuse of power and more.

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 I didn't recognize hendrickson because he looks different now.  anyway, this really isn't a surprise they would vacation together they were business partners.  At least until Tex figured out what kind of a guy he was.  Then it was over.  And had Hendrickson not gotten arrested Tex would probably be dead.  

Your wrong again.

He continued dealing with him to the bitter end, only they got better at covering their tracks.

Only when one thief tried to rob the other....did they have a falling out.

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 thereinlies the problem.  all these companies have to have natives front for them.  it only breeds corruption just like so many things that happen on the reservation.  Infidel if what you say is true he will no doubt be arrested and found guilty.  If not then it's just another day of finger pointing on the reservation.  Was he ever found guilty of any crimes/theft the last time he was tribal chairman?  I don't recall that he ever was.  If he was he certainly wouldn't have been elected again.  Finger pointing like this has always gone on in the reservations.  

 

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Um what? So who would do the arresting? Is he going to have himself arrested? Sovereignty has it's perks you know. 

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 thereinlies the problem.  all these companies have to have natives front for them.  it only breeds corruption just like so many things that happen on the reservation.  Infidel if what you say is true he will no doubt be arrested and found guilty.  If not then it's just another day of finger pointing on the reservation.  Was he ever found guilty of any crimes/theft the last time he was tribal chairman?  I don't recall that he ever was.  If he was he certainly wouldn't have been elected again.  Finger pointing like this has always gone on in the reservations.  

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And some of you will ask...how did this happen.

Well it happened when they saw the money coming in. They made a very cooperative TERO pass ordinances that allowed fronting of companies. Under the new rules you can no experience, no equipment and not be present at work - but still be able to front a fracing company, an entire construction company - under a phony lease agreement. It works so well that those running TERO have their own family members fronting companies and making money. Pretty hard for an oil company to tell the assistant directors family no.

It used to be you could not rely inordinately on a sub-contractor to do your work, and actually have technical experience in a field. That is no longer the case.

When called out over it, I recall Hall laughing at a tribal member who wanted him brought up before the ethics committee - right in an open meeting. Talk about hubris.

One cannot even go to TERO over it, they were to have all the Indian Preference companies reviewed - and refused to do so. Nothing to hide there eh?

As I said...the lot of them need to face a federal investigation and jail time.

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eyexer Said:
 thereinlies the problem.  all these companies have to have natives front for them.  it only breeds corruption just like so many things that happen on the reservation.  Infidel if what you say is true he will no doubt be arrested and found guilty.  If not then it's just another day of finger pointing on the reservation.  Was he ever found guilty of any crimes/theft the last time he was tribal chairman?  I don't recall that he ever was.  If he was he certainly wouldn't have been elected again.  Finger pointing like this has always gone on in the reservations.  

The facts speak for themselves. His record of trips and monies paid to his own partnership are in plain view. Albeit I see the media wont mention Blackstone, or the fact the still missing man worked right there at Halls office in Mandaree.

All public knowledge, but nary a word of that in print.

And no he wasn't convicted of anything previous, but than again when he lost office all the computers from the front office vanished overnight.

As to now, it is hard for the rest to hold the man accountable, least they themselves have to answer for their own business dealings.

Course a couple want him held accountable, but this is truly a can of worms.

Nontheless it all needs to come out, if things are to change. I have seen corruption here, but never at this level.

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I can think of a lot of names I would call TERO....."interesting" isn't one them.

LOL I would get banned for saying what I really think of them.

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 Honestly I'm not even sure if the feds would consider these issues as reason for an investigation on their level.  Lots of votes on that res, and whomever the elders say vote for gets the votes both tribal and federal elections. Meanwhile all that is left is the crooks reporting to the public about their own activity.  There is a facebook account called "Three affiliated tribes percaps for all members on and off the res", yes that really is the name. That's a head shaking experience to read through that one.

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Nothing will happen and he will be elected again.

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eyexer Said:
 

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  until Tex figured out what kind of a guy he was. 

Seriously? Because of Tex's superior ethics?

sounds like you know first hand of his ethics?  please share

Back before the oil boom I was a young fella short on grass (pasture) and put an ad in the paper.

Got a call from old Tex saying he had pasture on the res for rent.

But the kicker was his neighbors didn't like him renting it out to outsiders so to keep them from bothering my cattle he had a brand that we could put on them.

I often wonder if he got anyone to fall for that one.

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 thereinlies the problem.  all these companies have to have natives front for them.  it only breeds corruption just like so many things that happen on the reservation.  Infidel if what you say is true he will no doubt be arrested and found guilty.  If not then it's just another day of finger pointing on the reservation.  Was he ever found guilty of any crimes/theft the last time he was tribal chairman?  I don't recall that he ever was.  If he was he certainly wouldn't have been elected again.  Finger pointing like this has always gone on in the reservations.  

The facts speak for themselves. His record of trips and monies paid to his own partnership are in plain view. Albeit I see the media wont mention Blackstone, or the fact the still missing man worked right there at Halls office in Mandaree.

All public knowledge, but nary a word of that in print.

And no he wasn't convicted of anything previous, but than again when he lost office all the computers from the front office vanished overnight.

As to now, it is hard for the rest to hold the man accountable, least they themselves have to answer for their own business dealings.

Course a couple want him held accountable, but this is truly a can of worms.

Nontheless it all needs to come out, if things are to change. I have seen corruption here, but never at this level.

all that has been spelled out in the Bismarck Tribune.  The BIA/FBI will be crawling up the tribes azz if this stuff is true.  

 

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eyexer Said:
 

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eyexer Said:
  until Tex figured out what kind of a guy he was. 

Seriously? Because of Tex's superior ethics?

sounds like you know first hand of his ethics?  please share

Back before the oil boom I was a young fella short on grass (pasture) and put an ad in the paper.

Got a call from old Tex saying he had pasture on the res for rent.

But the kicker was his neighbors didn't like him renting it out to outsiders so to keep them from bothering my cattle he had a brand that we could put on them.

I often wonder if he got anyone to fall for that one.

well you can't blame a guy for trying

 

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 I'm not defending Tex.  In fact I said this whole thing needs to be investigated by the Feds.  What I am saying is this is nothing new on the Res.  Tribal members have accused every single Tribal Chairman of thievery since the beginning.  Until someone gets convicted it's nothing more than gossip.  If what Infidel says is true it will be a slam dunk case for the feds.  And there isn't enough votes on the MHA reservation to cause any fear of that.  Natives no nothing different than to vote democrat anyway.  So it wouldn't matter.

 

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eyexer Said:
 

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eyexer Said:
  until Tex figured out what kind of a guy he was. 

Seriously? Because of Tex's superior ethics?

sounds like you know first hand of his ethics?  please share

Back before the oil boom I was a young fella short on grass (pasture) and put an ad in the paper.

Got a call from old Tex saying he had pasture on the res for rent.

But the kicker was his neighbors didn't like him renting it out to outsiders so to keep them from bothering my cattle he had a brand that we could put on them.

I often wonder if he got anyone to fall for that one.

Pastures that he used his position - to steal from other leasers...he was sued over it btw.

And yeah what a sweet deal LMAO.....I am sure he would have returned all your cattle.

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 I'm not defending Tex.  In fact I said this whole thing needs to be investigated by the Feds.  What I am saying is this is nothing new on the Res.  Tribal members have accused every single Tribal Chairman of thievery since the beginning.  Until someone gets convicted it's nothing more than gossip.  If what Infidel says is true it will be a slam dunk case for the feds.  And there isn't enough votes on the MHA reservation to cause any fear of that.  Natives no nothing different than to vote democrat anyway.  So it wouldn't matter.

I recall Wilkinson going to jail, but I think others about MHA have a short memory. Plus I suppose Hall wrongly thinks he is above it, too popular for it to come back on him.

I think he is wrong, I hope he is wrong.

And yes the dumbocrats have a strong hold on the reservation, all those freebies eh.

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eyexer Said:
 

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eyexer Said:
  until Tex figured out what kind of a guy he was. 

Seriously? Because of Tex's superior ethics?

sounds like you know first hand of his ethics?  please share

Back before the oil boom I was a young fella short on grass (pasture) and put an ad in the paper.

Got a call from old Tex saying he had pasture on the res for rent.

But the kicker was his neighbors didn't like him renting it out to outsiders so to keep them from bothering my cattle he had a brand that we could put on them.

I often wonder if he got anyone to fall for that one.

Pastures that he used his position - to steal from other leasers...he was sued over it btw.

And yeah what a sweet deal LMAO.....I am sure he would have returned all your cattle.

so who won the lawsuit?

 

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He had to give up some of the leases.

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Regardless of his guilt or innocence he should be investigated because of the close relationship he and his business had with this Henrickson chap. Despite what they find and how hard they investigate, it needs to be done for the public eye.


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I can think of a lot of names I would call TERO....."interesting" isn't one them.

LOL I would get banned for saying what I really think of them.

I would end up joining you in the land of the banned also ........hahaha

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Tex Hall Loses Chairman Position

Tex Hall has lost his position as Chairman of the Three Affiliated Tribes following a primary election earlier this week.

Hall was first elected as Chairman in 1998. He has served in that position for 12 years.

Mark Fox received 29.4 percent and Damon Williams received 25.9 percent and will move on to the general election. Hall received 14.6 percent of the votes.

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 It should be noted that nearly 15 percent voted for Hall. So we can by default say 15 percent of the members are 'corrupt' aka depend on the wheels turning by Hall. 


 

 

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Tim Sandstrom Said:
 It should be noted that nearly 15 percent voted for Hall. So we can by default say 15 percent of the members are 'corrupt' aka depend on the wheels turning by Hall. 

exactly.  where the hell is the BIA in all this?  And where the hell is all the tribe's money from oil?  They certainly haven't put any toward infrastructure or roads.

 

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 anyone watch the show Longmire? Jacob Nighthorse on the show, makes me think of Tex Hall every time.

 "I get what you're saying:  Like a sausage replica featuring a Polander holding a sacred illumination device." 

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