Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe to meet on Marshall
Leaders of the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe will meet tonight behind closed doors to discuss the future of chairman Glenn Marshall, who relinquished his duties amid distortions about his military record and revelations about his criminal past.

A second meeting is planned by tribal members who have been shunned for speaking out against Marshall. They hope to prevent him from retaining his post as chairman as the tribe moves forward with its land-into-trust applications.

Marshall admitted to lying about receiving several high honors during his service in Vietnam. He never worked as a police officer or an investigator, as he had claimed. He was convicted of rape in 1981 and was once arrested for drunk driving and for possession of cocaine.

Get the Story:
Tribal council to act on Marshall (The Cape Cod Times 8/27)
Wampanoag leader’s foes seek ban from tribal council (AP 8/27)
More Falsehoods From Mashpee Leader Come Out (The New London Day 8/26)
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Tribe members worry about Wampanoag image (The Boston Globe 8/26)
Shunned tribe members look to block Marshall's return (The Cape Cod Times 8/26)
Wampanoag tribe leader resigns amid scandal (The Boston Herald 8/25)
Tribe leader's shame brings more questions (The Cape Cod Times 8/25)
Mashpee Head Apologizes For Falsification Of Military Record (The New London Day 8/25)
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Mashpee Wampanoag leader stepping aside (The Boston Globe 8/25)
Marshall's revelations reverberate on Beacon Hill (The Cape Cod Times 8/25)
Marshall steps aside as tribe leader (The Cape Cod Times 8/25)
Tribe's credibility tarnished at critical moment in debate over casino (The New Bedford Standard-Times 8/25)
Disclosures are talk of town in Mashpee (The Cape Cod Times 8/25)

Mashpee Casino Agreement:
Intergovernmental Agreement (July 2007)

Relevant Documents:
DOI Final Determination | Summary of Acknowledgment Cases | R. Lee Fleming Declaration

Only on Indianz.Com:
Federal Recognition Database V2.0 (May 2005)

Relevant Links:
Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe - http://mashpeewampanoagtribe.com

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