Feds Push To Nix Ex-Tribal Leaders' Suit Over Graves Dig

Law360, New York (August 31, 2016, 3:43 PM EDT) -- The federal government on Tuesday continued to push a California federal court to let it duck a lawsuit by former Jamul Indian Village leaders over the alleged disinterment of their deceased relatives' remains during the construction of the tribe's proposed $400 million casino.

Two Bureau of Indian Affairs executives stayed firm on their bid to dismiss the allegations asserted against them in Walter Rosales and Karen Toggery's most recent complaint over building activities on part of an alleged Native American cemetery.

BIA Regional Director Amy Dutschke and Division of Environmental, Cultural Resources Management and Safety Chief John Rydzik argued that the...

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