Judge's ruling says he is not a member of a recognized tribe
So he needs a "significant degree of Indian blood" and that he is "recognized as
an Indian by a tribe or society of Indians or by the federal government" - given
the history of genocidal policy pursued by this country towards Native people,
you might consider ANY Indian blood to be "significant." Additionally, how does
this judge (who I assume is not a geneticist or medical specialist of any sort)
decide what is a "significant degree of Indian blood?"