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Impeachment charges brought against UKB chief


Impeachment charges brought against UKB chief: [] “We have three articles of impeachment,” Locust said. “The first article claims violation of the tribal constitution. [Worley] and the previous treasurer were kept from checking the finances for about six years. The second charge is based on violation of the corporate charter. As an incorporated tribe, the corporate charter is the vehicle we use to try to provide for the economic growth of the tribe. It claims that [Wickliffe] failed to provide for the general welfare of the United Keetoowah Band people. The third claims the misuse and embezzlement of UKB funds.”

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