Raw Story: Did Bush ancestor steal Geronimo's skull?

"While it has long been rumored that Skull and Bones, the Yale secret society which counts several scions of the Bush family as members, holds the skull of legendary Apache warrior Geronimo, his descendants have taken action to uncover the truth.

Last week, on the 100th anniversary of Geronimo's death, 20 members of his family filed a suit in a US federal court, asking that his spirit and physical remains, including his skull, be freed.

Tuesday morning, CNN's Debra Feyerick explored the suit, discussing an 1918 letter from a bonesman, discovered two years ago, which seems to indicate Geronimo's skull is stored within "the tomb" where members hold meetings on Yale's campus. The network also repeated allegations that deceased Senator Prescott Bush, father of President George H.W. Bush and grandfather to President George W. Bush, was one of the grave robbers.

"It's been 100 years since the death of my great-grandfather in 1909. It's been 100 years of imprisonment," Geronimo's great-grandson Harlyn Geronimo told reporters after the suit had been filed in the district court in Washington.

"The spirit is wandering until a proper burial has been performed," Harlyn Geronimo said."

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