Senate Indian Affairs Committee hearing
The Senate Indian Affairs Committee held an oversight hearing today on law enforcement in Indian Country.

The hearing started at 9:30am and lasted about two hours. You can download MP3 clips below:
Opening Statements

Panel 1 - Testimony | Q&A
THE HONORABLE MARCUS WELLS, JR.
Chairman, Three Affiliated Tribes

THE HONORABLE HERMAN DILLON, SR.
Chairman, Puyallup Tribe of Indians
Accompanied by: MR. LARRY LAPOINTE, Councilmember, Puyallup Tribe of Indians, Tacoma, WA

MS. BONNIE CLAIRMONT
Victim Advocacy Specialist, Tribal Law & Policy Institute

Panel 2 - Testimony | Q&A
THE HONORABLE JOSEPH A. GARCIA
President, National Congress of American Indians
Accompanied by: MR. JOHN DOSSETT, General Counsel, National Congress of American Indians, Washington, DC

PROFESSOR KEVIN K. WASHBURN
Associate Professor, University of Minnesota Law School

MR. THOMAS B. HEFFELFINGER
Partner, Best and Flanagan LLP

Hearing Info:
OVERSIGHT HEARING on law enforcement in Indian Country (June 21, 2007) | COMMITTEE WILL CONDUCT OVERSIGHT HEARING ON LAW ENFORCEMENT IN INDIAN COUNTRY (June 21, 2007) | DORGAN ANNOUNCES INDIAN AFFAIRS COMMITTEE HEARING TO FEATURE TESTIMONY FROM FORT BERTHOLD CHAIRMAN (June 20, 2007)

Relevant Links:
Senate Indian Affairs Committee - http://indian.senate.gov

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