Monday, September 3, 2012

Why don't they enforce law in White Clay Nebraska?

Why don't they enforce law in White Clay Nebraska?
Sept 2, 2012 |

The Sheriff talks about his blind eye to up holding Nebraska law. Aug 26, 2012

Whiteclay has four off-sale beer stores licensed by the State of Nebraska which sell the equivalent of 4.5 million 12-ounce cans of beer annually (12,500 cans per day), mostly to the Oglala Lakota living on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. These retailers routinely violate Nebraska liquor law by selling beer to minors and intoxicated persons, knowingly selling to bootleggers who resell the beer on the reservation, permitting on-premise consumption of beer in violation of restrictions placed on off-sale-only licenses, and exchanging beer for sexual favors. Let the Sheridan County Commissioners know what you think. Attn: Chairperson, James Krotz 520th Road, Rushville, Nebraska 69360 (308) 327-2161 or Sheriff Terry Robbins (308) 327-2161-Video provided by Native Impact.

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