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Jim Billie drops lawsuit against tribe
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JUNE 20, 2001

Suspended Chief Jim Billie has dropped his federal lawsuit against the Seminole Tribe and will instead seek support from members of the Florida tribe through a recall petition, his lawyer said on Tuesday.

Billie was suspended by the council in May amid allegations of sexual harassment but also of a reported FBI probe into his financial dealings.

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Suspended Seminole leader seeks a rehearing (The St. Petersburg Times 6/20)

Relevant Links:
Seminole Tribe - http://www.seminoletribe.com

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