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Published: Friday, June 20 2008 12:04 a.m. MDT

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just don't give it to the ones who walk around in San JUAN county today with all the businesses they created from stolen money ,with an air about them like nothing happened...how they go to sleep at nite especially with the history they have in dealing with this mess along with all the money they recieve continully from all the grants which enable them a descent education. Yet they try to give the impression they carry the Native American on their shoulders but it's more like they load them with boulders.

Dineh of Utah

This just shows not to trust any politicians, not even a relative nor the president of the navajo nation. Everyone is thinking so greedy and dreaming that it's all to funny to read the testimony's. There's never going to be a headquarter in Montezuma Creek with all your relatives working for the headquarter. Sorry! Come back down to earth to reality. What are we doing? Going to washington dc running around like chickens asking for money that doesn't even belong to you and begging for it. What is wrong with you natives. Ha Ha Ha Haaaaa!

NAVAJO PRINCESS

Oh! "O", We definitely do not want the Navajo Nation to handle the UNTF. If that ever happens, oh my ___, we definitely will not see that money again. Aneth Extension residents are forgotten, and this is 2008 and the residents are still being treated like they don't matter to the navajo nation. Yeah, the navajo nation sure wants their money but in return the president is not even helping the residents with nothing. What do you see in Aneth Extension? NOTHING! The president of the navajo nation and all the other people that went to DC just want the money for themselves, family and financial advancement. If it wasn't for UTAH NAVAJO TRUST FUND that was supposed to be for the residents of Aneth Extension, you people wouldn't even have a job. THINK ABOUT IT!

jenny

w0w Navajo is interesting i learned the language a little like the word kindi it means evil

jenny

i mean devil

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