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MNN. Dec. 13, 2015. Since the 1946 Nuremberg Trials “following orders” is declared as no defence when committing war crimes. Each participant is legally responsible for their actions in combat. President Bill Clinton, Brig. General William C. Martin, Governor George Pataki, Attorney General Elliot Spitzer and the Onondaga Council of Chiefs Inc. are trying to throw the NYS Troopers that were following their orders under the wheels of the bus.
The politicians will be found guilty in the forthcoming trial for ordering the deadly attacks on the onkwe’on:weh at Onondaga. Our communities were to be levelled and turned into protectorates governed by martial law.
The ones who ordered this attack are all individually responsible for their actions. According to international law they must pay for their crime just as the German commanders-in-chief and their underlings did.
Court disclosures in Jones v. Parmley of New York State #98CV374 – reveal an aggressive military strategy called the “INDIAN Detail” to use deadly force on us. Any attack on onkwe’honweh in the US can only be ordered by the President of the United States. Our houses and businesses were burnt down. Our villages were to be levelled. Critics of the Onondaga Council of Chiefs Inc. and NYS were banishment from Onondaga. Operation “Gallant Piper” was called off.
The following year, on May 18, 1997, NYS soldiers marched into our ceremony on the Jones property in Onondaga and attacked us. One year later Onondaga spokesperson, Ronnie Jones, was murdered. The 1779 executive order by George Washington to annihilate the rotino’shonni/Iroquois is still on the books. It must be recinded.
After December 31, 2015 a date for trial of the New York State Troopers will be set by Judge Wiley Dancks [Ph. 315-793-8151]. In 1946 the defense used by the Germans of “following orders” to commit atrocities against humanity was declared null and void. 
As Joni Mitchell laments: “You say we have turned Like the enemies you’ve earned. But we can remember All the good things you are. And so we ask you please Can we help you find the peace and the star? Oh my friend, we have all come To fear the beating of your drum”. [Joni Mitchell. Fiddle and the drum.]
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