Apr 12, 2012
Siskiyou County Under Siege Part 3
“The Cast of Characters”
In Part One of the series, Siskiyou County under siege we have discovered the Black Bear Commune is the starting place for a great many of the People who now wish to destroy rural Siskiyou County. Many of these people either have criminal backgrounds or have ties to criminals. Many have ties or involvement with radical environmental terrorist groups.
Leaf Hillman of the Karuk Tribe’s Department of Natural Resources, is the President of the Klamath River keepers Leaf has a violent criminal history as well as drug arrests. The Klamath River Keepers is a sub group of the Water Keepers Alliance. The Water keepers Alliance states in its bylaws that all subgroups must have the highest Moral Character and transparent operations.
KSYC news has made repeated calls to the Water Keepers Alliance in New York to investigate misdeeds by the River Keepers. So far none of our phone calls have been returned.
S Craig Tucker, is the secretary of the Klamath River keepers, S Craig Tucker is a Green Corp trained community activist. Tucker calls himself the Klamath River Campaign Coordinator for the Karuk Tribe.
Tucker works for Hillman in the Karuk Department of Natural Resources. Tucker however, based upon the publicity speaks for and sets the environmental agenda for the tribe. It would appear that the Klamath River keepers is a front for the Karuk Tribe.
Treasurer of the River keepers Peter Brucker, is an original resident of the Black Bear Commune. Brucker is also President of the Salmon River Restoration Council, commonly known to local residents as the Salmon River Marijuana Growers Association.
Brucker’s daughter Allegra was born on the Black Bear and has had convictions for Drug Dealing and weapons. Allegra Terrance is a friend and associate of Siskiyou Daily News Reporter, John Bowman.
Toz Soto, Vice President of the Council is a fish biologist for the Karuk Tribe. Mr. Soto was born on the Black Bear Commune. Several other Members of the Board of the Salmon River Restoration Council are also former residents of the Black Bear Commune.
Diana Rose Colgrove Board member of the River keepers also represents a group called the Klamath Justice Coalition. This is also a front for the Karuk Tribe. According to a 2008 article, the Klamath Justice Coalition stopped some logging in the Klamath National forest. At the bottom of the article were contacts for people who wanted more information regarding the Klamath Justice Coalition.
The names were Leaf Hillman and S Craig Tucker.
The Klamath Justice Coalition has links to a radical environmental organization in Oakland California called the Ruckus Society. The Ruckus society trains environmental activists in what they call “direct action tactics”. The Klamath River keepers has links to other Environmental Terrorists groups.
We will continue to attempt to unravel the River keepers, the umbrella organizations like the Water Keepers Alliance, The Karuk Tribe’s connections to criminal organizations and radical environmental terrorist organizations.
KSYC news will also attempt to determine why the United States Government and the State of California panders to these criminals with an endless supply of grant money, and favored status at the “stakeholder” table whenever your property rights are in danger.
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Dr. Paul Houser
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Dr. Houser is an expert in local to global land surface-atmospheric remote sensing, in-situ observation and numerical simulation, development and application of hydrologic data assimilation methods, and global water and energy cycling. He received his B.S. and Ph.D. degrees inHydrology and Water Resources from the University of Arizona in 1992 and 1996 respectively.
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Paul Houser, an associate professor of hydrology at George Mason University, told the Record Searchlight newspaper he was fired by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation after questioning the positive spin U.S. Department of Interior officials were putting on scientific studies that supported dam removal.
Klamath KBRA scientist whistleblower letter to Siskiyou County Supervisors
Dear Supervisors Cook, Valenzuela, Kobseff, Bennett, and Armstrong,
I know you are concerned about the Klamath Secretarial determination process, so I wanted to bring to your attention to an allegation of scientific and scholarly misconduct and reprisal for a whistleblower disclosure I made concerning the biased summarization of key scientific conclusions for the Klamath River dam removal Secretarial determination process.
An example of this intentional biased (falsification) reporting of scientific results by the Department of the Interior is contained in the September 21, 2011 “Summary of Key Conclusions: Draft EIS/EIR and Related Scientific/Technical Reports”. There are many other examples of integrity issues outlined in the attached allegation.
I made this disclosure when I held the position of Science Advisor for the Bureau of Reclamation. Unfortunately, as a result of the disclosure, I have faced systematic reprisal and termination of my employment. I have opened a case with the Department of the Interior, Office of the Inspector General (OIG) and I plan to file the attached scientific integrity allegation. I also plan to appeal the termination of my position to the Office of Special Council (OSC) and the Merit Systems Protection Board
I hope that this situation is of interest to you, and if so, I am hoping that you would be willing to advocate on my behalf and/or on behalf of good science-informed decision making in the Klamath Basin. I have been treated wrongly by the Department of the Interior, but m decisions about the Klamath dam removal process are being compromised by scientific integrity issues.
Best Regards, Paul
Dr. Paul R. Houser, Associate Professor | George Mason University
Feb 26, 2012
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We had an amazing guest this morning (Charlotte Iserbyt) speaking about the influence of communism in our school system and its roots back in the 1960s. I think you’ll find incredible resources on Charlotte’s website http://www.deliberatedumbingdown.com/ and that of her son http://americandeception.com/
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Dec 12, 2011
We the People Radio recently had a great guest Dave Hodges who hosts the Common Sense Show in Arizona.
Well worth a listen!
“Some, who have heard my anger, have asked me if I favor a violent overthrow of the United States Government.
To that question, I answer in the negative. However, show me a way to be involved in the overthrow of the gangsters
who have hijacked my country’s government, I will be the first in line.”
By Dave Hodges
November 20, 2011
– From Rally Sally