MAY 30, 2001 Ousted Seminole Chief Jim Billie says he's not embarrased by a sexual harrassment lawsuit filed by a former employee of the Florida tribe and vows he's not finished with his battles yet. Billie has been the subject of a political dispute within the tribe. The council voted 4-0 to suspend him indefinitely amid a reported FBI probe of financial dealings affecting the tribe and Billie's legal problems. Get the Story:
Removed tribal leader says he wasn't elected for his morals (AP 5/29) Relevant Links:
Seminole Tribe - http://www.seminoletribe.com
Chief Jim Billie - http://www.chiefjimbillie.com Related Stories:
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