The Seneca Nation President and Council join LTN in its condemnation of the press and asserting that no one involved in the mayhem at the Seneca Niagara Casino was innocent or without blame. One of the principals involved in the original disturbance speaks through his attorney to stand with the Senator’s version of the incident and the Grisanti’s finally decide to pursue charges but only for the Mrs. portion of the altercation. The big question now is whether the casino surveillance video will ever be released to the public. The Senator says, “release it”, but is he bluffing or should he just be careful what he wishes for. Check out the latest “Let’s Talk Native…” as two of the eyewitnesses to the evening join me once again. Ross John and Robbie John join me in studio again.

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The son of an ironworker from the Mohawk community of Kahnawake, John Kane grew up off reservation in a small town in Eastern New York, near the Vermont state line. After college, he married an Oneida woman and they raised their children in Seneca territory in Western New York. He became a member of the First Nations Dialogue Team in the mid to late 1990s, which is where he began speaking in public, writing letters to editors, and doing interviews on the battle with New York State over taxation. He currently hosts Let’s Talk Native…with John Kane on WWKB 1520AM, Sundays, 9-10pm and writes on his blog, Native Pride.