Saturday, September 6, 2014


Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians audit alleges millions in mismanagement


The audit, conducted by WilmerHale, a Washington, D.C. law firm, found that former council leaders "have fallen far short of their legal and ethical obligations to the tribe" by incurring expenses that include $17 million in private jet travel, $450,000 for tickets to the World Series, college basketball's Final Four and other sporting events, the Bee reported.

"Although the senior tribal administrators claimed that most of their spending was for reasonable business purposes, our inquiry suggests that serious questions exist about whether substantial amounts of tribal funds were actually spent for the senior tribal administrators' personal benefit," the Bee quotes from the audit report.

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