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CN files criminal charges against ex-CNF director

30.7.16

CN files criminal charges against ex-CNF director: [cherokeephoenix.com] The tribe’s case outlines nine counts against Gilliland and seeks jail time and fines. Former CN Attorney General Diane Hammons has been appointed as a special prosecutor.

“It is the duty of the attorney general to safeguard the assets of the Cherokee Nation,” Attorney General Todd Hembree said. “During this investigation, we uncovered fraud and corruption that cannot, and will not, be tolerated in our organization.”

The CNF, or Cherokee Nation Education Corporation, is a nonprofit created to provide Cherokee students with scholarship opportunities, ACT preparation and programs encouraging higher learning.

Gilliland served as CNF executive director from Oct. 9, 2009, to July 12, 2013.


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